Masters in Minds acquires Venturehaus
September 5, 2019
MIM acquires Venturehaus
Masters in Minds has taken over Venturehaus, the London-based Operational Excellence specialist in Financial Services.

Julie McCann, Managing Director of Masters in Minds, said “We are excited to bring Alan Noble and the Venturehaus team into the MIM family. Our combined experience offers the financial services sector an approach that is pragmatic and deliverable. This creates a responsible corporate culture encompassing customer-centric service, Lean continuous improvement, and reliable business success for the board and shareholders. We are different, we diagnose the problem, we analyse the culture and its openness to change, and we then create and implement change in direct alignment with the overall strategy. We don’t just find the problem, we fix it and we transfer knowledge across our clients’ organisations to ensure sustainability.”

Alan Noble, Managing Director of Venturehaus, was delighted by the takeover. “We have been talking to the team at Masters in Minds for the past 18 months about the opportunity to join forces and I am particularly pleased to make this announcement today. We share the same values and business ethics, and we both deliver transformational business benefits in the work we carry out for our clients. Venturehaus’ expertise in operational excellence has now been combined with the extensive skills in organisational, cultural and behavioural change offered by Masters. This combination is perfect for the financial services market in which executives are not only accountable for business performance and governance but now have an additional fiduciary responsibility for their corporate culture.”

To discuss how we can help your business to prepare your people and your organisation to excel in the digital world, please contact Julie McCann or Alan Noble directly, or write to us at ch**@ma************.com.

Venturehaus Ltd
Venturehaus is a specialist management consultancy and training firm which helps Financial Institutions achieve Operational Excellence through improvement in their business performance, and in their management of growth, change, re-organisation, M&A integration, customer experience, process improvement, performance assurance, and regulatory compliance.