Armstrong Wolfe Interim

Bridge the gap, resolve the issue with SME resources

What we do

Armstrong Wolfe Interim (AWI) is a global network of former bankers and asset managers available for short to long term contract engagements. Most of this network is Armstrong Wolfe COO and business management alumni and known to the us for many years.

This network is made up of SMEs with successful track records in delivery and execution and reinforced by years spent in regional and global leadership roles. This resource is available on contract for project and programme management, consulting, advisory, and mentoring, within the following areas:

• Operationalising regulation

• Structuring and leading remediation

• 1LoD Controls and Conduct

• TOM design & implementation

• Business restructuring

• Turnaround: distressed projects and programs

• Running multi-dimensional internal service provisions

• Cost reviews and programs, design, and execution

• Product and regional business management

“Our reputation is the immovable foundation stone of our success.  We are committed to protecting this reputation as the trusted partner to the COO community and equally the reputations of our alumni. We have a responsibility to each other to do so by producing results and exceeding client expectations: upon this rests our standing in the industry.”

Maurice Evlyn-Bufton, CEO Armstrong Wolfe

Our alumni and global network

Those invited to join our network are either transitioning between permanent roles or have committed themselves to a second career in an advisory or consulting capacity. Joining the network is by application, invitation or referral, each applicant is interviewed, and references secured before appointment.

Post successful assessment, full time interims are offered individual iCOOC membership, allowing them to attend selected forums and symposiums, and receive AW articles and periodicals.

Members of the network can be offered an opportunity to be appointed an Armstrong Wolfe Business Advisor, giving them full membership rights in return for supporting the Company’s activities, such as participating in forums as a panellist or in the provision of content.

This approach to managing and supporting our network ensures its members remain relevant and up to date on market demands, subjects, and dynamics.