Financial services consulting firm Sionic is included in the latest edition of the Financial Times UK’s leading management consultants special report, with a Bronze listing for its expertise in finance, risk and compliance.
The report is compiled by the Financial Times and research company Statista. Now in its fifth year, the report identifies the UK’s leading management consultancies by launching surveys among their peers and clients. Participants are asked to identify which management consultancies they consider to be the best in the UK, and the survey includes the views of around 1,000 senior executives.
Firms are rated across 15 sectors and 14 different types of work. This year’s report includes 194 consultancies, rated across 29 different industries and consulting services, with consulting networks also being rated for the first time.
Commenting on Sionic’s listing, the Statista – Financial Times team said: “Covid-19 continues to present many of us with challenges, but ultimately this did little to deter participants from making thousands of recommendations. It was through this process, that Sionic clearly stood out and as a result has earned a spot in the report.”
Sionic CEO Craig Sher (pictured) says: “This report is the ‘voice of the client’ and of our peers, researched in detail by a globally respected brand, the FT. That’s pretty demanding, and we are thrilled to be featured: there is no finer recommendation than what clients say. We’re also particularly proud to feature this year. Despite everything the pandemic has thrown at the world, we’ve continued to grow at pace and remain uncompromising in the quality of our work.”
View the full 2022 listings here on the Financial Times website.