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Neil Lowe
Neil is executive advisor with over 20 years of experience in management consulting, corporate strategy, operational transformation and technology. During his career he has structured and negotiated industry-leading transactions and designed the operating models for a number of global financial services firms. As a Partner with the New York based Business Intelligence and Technology Advisory firm, NoLimitss LLC, Neil has been focused on guiding his clients to identify new sources of revenue, reduce operational risk and increase regulatory compliance.

As a former Partner with OC&C Strategy Consultants and Chief Operating Officer of the Mitchell Madison Group, Neil served as a key advisor to the senior executives of his clients, along with overseeing the operations and growth of his firm. He provided guidance on cost management, restructuring, merger/acquisition and sourcing strategies. While his primary service industry was financial services, he has also served clients in the entertainment, communications and manufacturing industries. Neil’s client list includes Allianz SE, Credit Swiss, Deutsche Bank, Morgan Stanley, British Petroleum, Hewlett Packard, Department of Homeland Security and the Government of Jamaica.

Neil has served on numerous non-for-profit boards and has been honored for his work in nation building, economic development and technology. He currently serves as the Chair of the Boards of The Black AIDS Institute and the GCH Group and is involved in numerous community development activities. Neil holds graduate and post-graduate degrees and certifications in both technology and economics.

Blog Entries by Neil Lowe

Running the Anchor Leg

(1) Comments | Posted February 21, 2013 | 2:38 PM

Last week began with President Obama's reminder in his State of the Union address of the promise of an AIDS-free generation. It ended with a reminder that many obstacles exist along the road to fulfilling that promise, as the National Association of People with AIDS (NAPWA) ceased operations.

Clearly, we...

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