Carlyle Announces Key Promotions for First Quarter
Carlyle are proud to announce the promotion of two members of our (Research Team) Client Delivery team.
Daniel Kellingray has been promoted (from Senior Client Delivery Manager) to the role of Head of Research. Commenting on his recent promotion, our new Head of Research said: “I’m looking forward to continue working on mandates across technology and wider practices, and help grow and expand the capabilities of Carlyle’s already established Research function with the launch of new services.”
Dan Irwin has been promoted (from Client Delivery Manager) to Senior Client Delivery Manager. He commented on his appointment: “I’m delighted to be expanding my role within Carlyle and am looking forward to supporting the Head of Research in further developing and innovating our industry-leading Research function.
Over the next year I am excited to continue to deliver on senior and executive mandates, psychometrics services, and contribute to strengthening industry leadership teams across Scotland and the UK.”
Daniel and Dan have played key parts in an array of successful Searches at Carlyle to date. To support and reward them for their dedication and contribution to their work and in effect the wider business, we are all excited to see them take on more responsibility and face new challenges within these new roles.
Carlyle Partner and Head of Interim, Fiona James-Martin commended Daniel and Dan for their brilliant work and deserved recognition for their commitment to Carlyle:
“Daniel has created a Research centre of excellence that demands quality in delivery, reporting and documentation. He and his team are continually positively challenging each other to iterate and innovate and the result is a Research function we are all proud of. This promotion is richly deserved.”
“Dan has been integral in insisting Carlyle keep the commitment to continual improvement. He challenges himself in his own professional development and became accredited in psychometric testing. Dan’s quality in research and delivery has been exceptional and we are delighted with his recent promotion. “