A word or two from our CEO. Discover the founding principles that made us different from the start.
A group of three C-level executives, myself included, had been working in Financial Services. And we were frustrated. Frustrated by the way management consultancies operated. Frustrated by their lack of knowledge and experience. Frustrated by their lack of transparency.
So we decided to become the solution we were looking for. We set up TORI to be a credible alternative to ‘the big 4’ within Financial Services. To be a transformational consultancy that would do things differently.
It was a tough start. Our competitors were huge. Their reputations, influence and spending power dwarfed ours. I was even advised to close the firm at one point. And that was before the financial crisis hit…
But we backed ourselves through it all. We always believed that if we worked hard, built successful partnerships and stuck to our values of Trust, Openness, Respect and Integrity, we would reap rewards. And we did.
TORI is growing. We are breaking into new international markets and extending our business practices. The pace of technical and digital change is unprecedented, but we will always be ahead of the game – because we will always put industry experience and client relationships at the heart of what we do.
It gives me great pride that we have grown TORI into a global, award-winning and recognised industry leader. We have some of the best brains in the business and a proven track record of success. We also have big ambitions for ourselves and for our clients.
We look forward to doing business with you.
TORI Global is born
Founded on the values of Trust, Openness, Respect and Integrity.
First client is Perot Systems
New offices open in Hanover Square.
Success at last
Repeat business from clients. Word spreads. TORI starts making money. The firm grows rapidly.
First international business
Working with US and Australian firms.
Sponsorship of children’s tennis academy in Norwich
‘Everyone owns the firm’ model adopted
All employees receive options.
‘Change’ and ‘Run’ practices introduced
Head office moves to Cavendish Square, Oxford Circus
‘Control’ practice added.
Top 50 in the Times Tech Track 100
‘Digital’ offering created.
Company magazine ‘Perspectives’ is launched
2015 – April
£50,000 raised for charity Samaritans
2015 – May
New York office opens on Wall Street
2015 – July
A year of growth and investment
Managed Services practice added
2016 – April
Top 50 in the Times Tech Track 100 for second year running
TORI HQ moves to City of London, doubling office size
2016 – November