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18 February 2021

Baringa wins 14 medals in FT UK’s Leading Management Consultants 2021 awards

This is the fourth year that the Financial Times is publishing a ranking of the consultancies most recommended by clients and peers, rated by sector and specialism. On each occasion Baringa has been awarded gold for its energy work and has grown the overall number of medals won.

Adrian Bettridge, Managing Partner: “The FT awards are a recognition of the impact Baringa consultants make for our clients and for the community at large in what has been a challenging year for so many. It is great to be awarded gold medals and rated as the lead consultancy for the fourth consecutive year in Energy, Utilities & Environment and in the Oil & Gas sector, and to have - once again - achieved silver medals in Financial Institutions and Services; and for the first time in Consumer Goods & Retail; IT, Technology & Telecommunications; and Finance, Risk & Compliance. I want to thank each of the Baringa teams for their passion and hard work that underpins these fantastic achievements.”

David Hatcher, Global Energy & Resources Lead: “The global energy sector is accelerating on its journey to net zero, and Baringa teams work across the sector with investors, policy makers, energy companies and regulators to make this transition happen. Our clients tell me they value our deep content expertise - from low carbon technologies, to network organisation through to traded markets and energy retail, and that they can rely on our deep market modelling skills and energy forecasts that cover over 50 countries and look 30 years into the future.” 

Johan Nell, Natural Resources Lead: “We are thrilled to be recognised for our work in an industry that is going through challenging times. The consumption of our natural resources and the impact of emissions on the environment are widely acknowledged. The challenge lies in reducing our dependency on hydrocarbons to avoid a climate catastrophe, while balancing the fact that clean technologies demand raw materials as input factors. At the same time, we must leverage digital technologies for our clients to measure, address and report the impact of their decarbonisation programs. The FT award shows the trust that the oil and gas sector has in Baringa to be right next to them as they address the challenges of repositioning themselves in the new world.”

The full listing is available here.

Contact: Karin Duke-Roedler, Baringa Partners, +44 796 716 8457, karin.duke-roedler@baringa.com