Deltar-TS Expands Management Team

Following the rapid growth of Deltar since its inception in 2015, I am delighted to announce the next stage in our development with the appointment of Brian Kinch as Managing Director, and a supporting team in the UK and in our strategic partnership regions.

Brian has over 30 years of experience, predominately in the domestic and international financial services profession, including senior roles with HSBC, Visa International and Lloyds Banking Group. He also has a wealth of consulting expertise from working as and leading the Fair Isaac (FICO) Global Fraud Consulting team, especially in banking but also across multiple sectors in a risk, continuity and resilience context.

Brian is accredited by the Institute of Risk Management as a Registered Risk Practitioner, and by the Business Continuity Institute as a founder member of two of the UK Forums and a corporate mentor. He is a well-known and highly respected presence on the international consulting circuit, and is regularly sought as a conference presenter and media commentator.

Brian’s role will be to develop Deltar’s corporate governance in line with its rapidly expanding activities, as well as to develop its UK programmes. This will include management of the expansion of the Level 5 Management Award in Corporate Risk and Crisis Management to Manchester, Liverpool, Newcastle, Birmingham and Bristol, as well as in Scotland and Wales.

As well as Brian, Michael McDonagh, who is well known across the UK private security sector, will be joining the team as Senior Consultant , together with Director of Russian Languages Division Yuri Ganfeld, Strategic Partners Irene Kamba (Greece and Southern Europe) and Mabel Ilabaca (Latin America) and Manager of the Spanish language programme Jaime Garzon.

The last two years have been an exciting ride, and I am looking forward to moving into the next stage of development with the support of this world-class team.

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