Turner & Townsend’s strong financial performance supports investment in the business and underpins our partnership model
Jeremy is a qualified chartered accountant with extensive experience as finance director and in corporate finance in the professional services sector.
Jeremy began his career with Price Waterhouse in 1987 before moving in 1995 into the engineering sector and spending five years as Group Financial Controller for FTSE250 David Brown Group plc. Jeremy joined Turner & Townsend as Finance Director in March 2000.
Q. How has your career at Turner & Townsend developed?
A. Since joining Turner & Townsend, the company’s revenue has grown significantly, from less than £30m to today’s £600m. The financial management of the business has had to change enormously through that period and continues to evolve. I have also led a number of mergers and acquisitions helping to create the business as it stands today.
Q. Which project are you most proud of being involved in at Turner & Townsend?
A. The conversion to a Partnership structure in 2015 was very important for Turner & Townsend. The conversion was technically complex on many different levels, and difficult to achieve, but it has greatly supported the development of the business.
Q. How do you see the business developing in the future?
A. Growth is important for us as it both develops our market position and supports creating great career opportunities for our staff. In the next five years, we will look to cement our position in our different markets across the globe through growth, as well as the development of our service model and nurturing our staff.
Joined Turner & Townsend as Finance Director and Executive Board member2000
Group Financial Controller, David Brown plc1995
Manager, Price Waterhouse1987