Graham has spent the last 10 years consulting across Asia and Europe, helping clients with their brand strategy, customer experience, innovation and market entry programs.
He’s passionate about exploring new opportunities, white spaces and the big ideas that deliver change. Graham was recognized as a Top-40 Under 40 by Dow Jones and holds a master’s degree in African Studies from the University of Oxford.
- Which projects have been the most meaningful to you and why?
Creating the long-term experience and innovation agenda for one of the world’s largest subway operators — because the outcomes impact millions of people (at least twice a day).
- Being a Lippincott’er means:
Seeing what’s possible, then working out with clients and colleagues how to get there.
- What gets you out of bed in the morning?
Coffee, yoga and doing something new.
- What’s your favorite thing about the place you call home?
The duality of Hong Kong’s urban chaos and sub-tropical mountain wilderness.
- When did you decide you wanted to be in this business? Why?
I think I’d always wanted to be in brand and innovation ... I just took a meandering path through research and traditional management consulting to get here.
M.Sc. (Hons) African Studies: Politics & Economics, University of Oxford
B. Dip. International Law and Economic History, Universiteit van Amsterdam International School of Humanities and Social Sciences
B.A. (Hons) Geography, University College London
Manager, Oliver Wyman
Director, Scorpio Partnership
"Top-40 under 40" wealth management industry leaders by Dow Jones
"Top-100 under 40" EMEA financial services leaders by Dow Jones
Other Career Achievements
Co-author of “Targeting the White Space: The US$11 trillion opportunity in Emerging Asian Wealth Management”