27 June 2019, London: 4most, the international credit risk consultancy, has announced structural changes following the move to an Employee Share Ownership Trust (ESOT)…
21 September 2018, London: 4most, the global credit risk consultancy, has appointed Alvin Ng as their new Chief Financial Officer (CFO). Alvin joins from the UK arm of the Weston family’s private office, Galewest Investments Ltd, where his role spanned strategic tax planning and global private assets management. At 4most, he will be responsible for directing and managing all aspects of the finance function and will be a key component in 4most’s leadership team.
4most, the leading risk analytics consultancy, today announces that it has sold majority ownership to an EOT (Employee Ownership Trust). Co-founders Sisson and Somers, together with early investors Beechbrook Capital have sold 55% of the issued share capital to the Trust which will ultimately own the company for the benefit of staff. Sisson and Somers will remain on the board and continue to manage and run 4most Group.
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4th December 2017, London: 4most, a leading risk management consultancy, has been ranked 22nd in the 21st annual Sunday Times Virgin Fast Track 100. This represents an eleven place rise from 2016, where 4most were ranked 33rd and prior to that placed 63rd in 2015.
As widely anticipated, the Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) has today decided to raise interest rates by 0.25 percentage points, to 0.5% -- the first interest rate rise in 10 years.
17th October 2017, London: 4most, the global credit risk consultancy, today announces the appointment of Ramesh Indran as Head of Insurance. Ramesh joins 4most from Deloitte’s Actuarial & Advanced Analytics practice where he was a Senior Manager.
On the 19th October, 4most will be hosting an Economic Roundtable, hosted by Head of Economic Modelling Keith Church, which will outline key economic developments and the risks that lie ahead.
07 March 2017, London: 4most, the global credit risk consultancy, has announced the appointment of Keith Church as Head of Economic Modelling. Keith joins 4most from Oxford Economics, where he was Director of Macro Modelling, holding responsibility for the development and coherence of Oxford Economics Global Economic Model.
The team at 4most were celebrating last week because the company made it onto the 2015 Sunday Times Virgin Fast Track 100 league table. The league table, now in its 19th year, ranks Britain’s top 100 private companies with the fastest-growing sales over their latest three years.