UK team

Our expert facilitators are skilled in running collaborative studies and engaging with the senior executives of our member organisations to develop relevant insights. They are deeply involved in all aspects of information gathering, insight generation and delivery.

Greg Vartoukian

Greg is the Managing Director, UK for Cubane Consulting. He has seventeen years of commercial experience including over ten years in strategy and business services consulting supporting boards and C-level executives to solve strategic problems, develop operating models and deliver large scale international transformation programmes. With expertise in business change, technology enablement and analytics, his grounding includes six years at Accenture Strategy, and four years at KPMG Consulting where he was Associate Director.

After moving out of consulting, Greg joined London Business School as Head of Strategic Planning, and later became Director of Financial Planning & Analysis. Over four years he was responsible for both short term financial and long term strategic planning, taking a leading role in key initiatives including ongoing revenue growth and the financing of the campus expansion into the new state of the art Sammy Ofer Centre. He sat on Management Committee and was Secretary to the Investment and Finance Committees.

Greg has an MA(Oxon) in Economics & Management from Oxford University, is a qualified Chartered Accountant, and is involved in a number of charities including his role as Treasurer of the Armenian Community Trust which houses the Armenian Embassy to the UK in London. In his spare time he enjoys classical music (formerly a keen cellist), playing sports including tennis and football, and spending time with his young family. He also loves travelling with highlights including treks through the Amazon rainforest in Brazil and Peru, and climbing the Great Wall of China.

 

Stuart Revnell

Stuart RevnellStuart is a Senior Consultant with Cubane Consulting.  He has 15 years of end-to-end project delivery experience across various sectors, including management consultancy, education, insurance, travel and online publishing. Projects he has worked on include a national education reform programme for the UK government, a major change programme for an international PLC, and a major legacy system transition for the UK’s leading tailor-made tour operator.

Outside of work, Stuart’s main interest is music. After several years fronting a rock band, which culminated in a residency in China in 2000, he swapped late nights driving round the M25 in a transit van for colour coded spreadsheets, realising, rather strangely, that he was equally as interested in these. He still writes and produces his music from his own home studio though, and completed a masters degree in Songwriting from Bath Spa University in 2012. He can even be found on iTunes if you look hard enough.

Stuart holds a BA (Hons) in French with Management Studies with the University of Leeds (1991-1995) and an MMus in Songwriting from Bath Spa University (2011-2012).

Philip Craig

Philip CraigPhilip is a Senior Consultant with Cubane Consulting. He has 7 years of commercial experience, including project-based strategy consulting, investment analysis and operational improvement consultancy.

Philip worked as an Associate at L.E.K. Consulting, Senior Analyst for CPPIB, and as an Independent Consultant.

Philip is a CFA Charterholder and has a BSc (Hons) in Management Science from the University of Warwick. He has a strong interest in the Education sector – he serves as a School Governor and previously volunteered as Head of Business Development for an EdTech startup.

Outside of work, he has completed two Ironman Triathlons, the London Marathon and has cycled from Land’s End to John O’Groats.

Fin Alexander

Fin Alexander

Fin is a Business Analyst with Cubane Consulting. She is a recent graduate from Durham University with a first class BA (Hons) in Human Geography. The highlight of her undergraduate degree was a dissertation examining the visual representation of Aboriginal Australians using a range of qualitative and quantitative methods.

Prior to working with Cubane, Fin was an intern for two months at the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (2013) in Geneva working on their Action2020 project and worked as a volunteer at Glastonbury music festival. She has also taught Maths and French to primary school students.

In her spare time she enjoys swimming, tennis, photography and attending lectures at the Royal Geographical Society.