Max Renzulli joins Parva Consulting as Partner 

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Strengthening Consulting expertise in Asset Management, Custody and Fund Services

Milan, 13th January 2022 – Parva Consulting, a European Management Consulting company specialised in Financial Services, has appointed Max Renzulli as a new Partner of its expanding Team. Max will strengthen the Parva team in areas of Programme & Change Management, Business & System Migrations/Outsourcing, Due Diligence and Software Solutions.
Max started his career with JP Morgan in derivatives and liquidity management, then he worked in BNP Paribas Securities Services as Head of Operation & Product for more than 7 years and afterwards in Citibank in Fund Services; more recently he had the role of General Manager of AMS (Asset Management Services) for 2 years. Max also worked in Wealth Management at HSBC Private Bank, Goldman Sachs, and JP Morgan Private Bank (7 years). Max has experience in Programme and Product Management, Strategy, Insourcing /Outsourcing, and Front to Back solutions.

Having worked in Milan, London, Luxembourg, Paris and Geneva, Max’s appointment confirms Parva’s European expansion over the last 3 years from Milan to new offices in Dublin and Luxembourg, at the heart of the financial services of Europe.

Alessandro Viviani, Founder and Partner of Parva Consulting, said:

We are delighted to welcome Max as a new Partner of our growing team. The continuous pursuit of excellence in Parva is the compass which guides our actions and decisions, and the people we choose to work with. Adding Max’s expertise to our Team, leveraging a common set of values, will strengthen specific and functional skills in Asset Management throughout the team and Partners, allowing us to assist and support our clients and to address their needs with the best Consulting solutions for Financial Services“.

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