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|David Taylor is an Associate at Morrison Low & Associates. He is an experienced consultant in business strategy and business transformation. His experience is wide ranging including 15 years with Ernst & Young- most of which as a partner in the consulting practices of Auckland and Johannesburg.|
He has variously held executive management positions in finance, operations, business strategy, change management and as GM.
His sector experience is primarily in Retail Financial Services and in Local Government, but ranges across manufacturing, logistics and service industries. In recent years David has become increasingly involved in facilitating mergers, acquisitions and joint ventures with clients in these sectors.
David has held a number of commercial and not for profit directorships, most recently as the international chairman of ChildFund Alliance – a large global child centred charity. He is an IMCNZ councillor.
|Contact: David Taylor|
|Telephone: +64 9 523 0122|
|David Taylor is a Certified Management Consultant and a New Zealand Chartered Accountant. He holds a bachelors degree in accounting from the University of South Africa. He has completed in-depth courses in marketing, logistics, corporate governance and Kaizen. |
He has presented many conference and seminar papers on topics ranging across business strategy, cost management, performance improvement, and benchmarking.
His career background includes positions as:
- Associate, Morrison Low & Associates
- General Manager, Financial Services, The Warehouse Limited
- Executive Manager, Strategic and change management, Countrywide Bank
- Partner, Management Consulting Division, Ernst & Young
- Executive Manager in various roles, Placor Group (RSA)
- Accountant and Auditor in ‘big four’ accounting firms
B Compt (UNISA)
|Project leader, director and manager positions for various business strategy and implementation projects including:|
• Financial management
• Strategy formulation and facilitation
• Acquisition, disposal and restructuring of businesses
• Risk management
• Marketing strategy
• Complex project formulation, prioritisation and management, including large technology projects and programme management
Enterprise effectiveness reviews, including business and financial implications of strategies and effective governance.
Negotiation of complex supply contracts and funding agreements, including partnering and JV arrangements.
Business transformation and corporate re-design programmes for improved profitability, improved performance and cultural transformation including financial reporting systems, back office optimisation, sales, logistics, management controls and policy to match changed business needs.
Strategic appraisal and implementation of restructuring options; with an increasing focus on facilitating strategic mergers and acquisitions.
Planning: Strategic, Business