GGI partner changes usher in new phase of growth

14 October 2019

Two new partners have been announced by the Good Governance Institute LLP to support the company’s plans for growing value and impact.

Mark Butler and Darren Grayson, previously Directors in 2018, join Andrew Corbett-Nolan, the Chief Executive as Executive Directors and Partners.

Mark Butler comments: “Our exciting plans for GGI include new and stronger offers, especially in the changing worlds of health, care and education, and diversification into other selected markets in the UK. We have already launched an ambitious National Commission on the future of governance in the public sector. This will play an active and visible role in shaping national thinking, policy and practice as it gains momentum into 2020. As with everything we do, it will strengthen our distinctive offer as a supportive partner to clients, working through the many complex and difficult issues they face.”

Darren Grayson adds: “In the last year we have made real progress in building the infrastructure and appointing the talent we need to serve the future needs of our clients, in the way we know works well. The next phase of our growth is to keep pace with what our clients need in a rapidly changing world. As a partner I want to ensure the professionalism of what we do, and the depth of the expertise we offer, are increasingly seen in genuine added value to our clients. These are exciting times for GGI.”

“This is a milestone for GGI and its clients. Mark and Darren are highly experienced leaders committed to driving forward the quality and reach of GGI’s work, as both an ethical consultancy and as a not-for-profit Institute. We share a belief in advocating for good governance in the world. This year GGI celebrated our first ten successful years. With Mark and Darren on board I can see us going from strength to strength, at a time when good governance matters more than ever,“ says Andrew Corbett-Nolan.


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Prepared by GGI Development and Research LLP for the Good Governance Institute.

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