Dominic graduated with a degree in Physics and Theoretical Physics from Christ’s College, Cambridge in 1990 and, after six months travelling and working in the local off-licence, joined Deloitte LLP in 1991.
He spent the next 28 years there, working in the London, Bristol, Cardiff and Birmingham offices. He made equity partner in 2004, with responsibility for the restructuring team in the South. In 2005, he moved overnight to take charge of the struggling restructuring practice in the Midlands and over the next ten years succeeded in transforming it into an innovative & highly profitable market leader.
In 2011, one of his clients, Norwich City Football Club, won the Institute for Turnaround SME Turnaround of the Year Award for their successful financial restructuring, turnaround and return to the Premier League. In 2015, he developed the business case for re-engineering Deloitte’s insolvency delivery capability, designing and creating a regional progression team based in Birmingham which greatly improved efficiency, regulatory compliance and profitability.
This track record in innovation and client service led to him leading their Financial Resilience offering, which he created, and their Corporate Advisory business nationally.
In 2019, he left Deloitte to set up Lamp-post Associates Limited, which provides turnaround and restructuring advice to its clients. As well as being a vice-chair at Harper Adams, Dominic is on the audit and risk committee of Warwickshire County Cricket Club.
Dominic is married to Rachael with two children, Issy and Buster. He is a keen supporter of Liverpool Football Club and Birmingham Phoenix.
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