Sayers adds Monique Andrew and Amelia Taylor to growing team

14 December 2020 1 min. read
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Monique Andrew and Amelia Taylor have joined Sayers, a young and growing consulting firm.

Sayers was launched earlier this year by the former chief executive of PwC Luke Sayers, together with a group of co-founders including ex-PwC partners Sammy Kumar, James Collins and Peter Mastos, together with Kate Keenan, Russel Howcroft, Jason Chequer, Malcolm Hiscock, James Wright and Neville Azzopardi. 

Backed by Australian and US private capital, the consultancy and investment boutique has come off to a flying start, growing its team to around 35 leaders, consultants and staff in the space of six months. The latest members to join the firm are Monique Andrew, appointed a Partner and Chief of Strategy & Digital Innovation, and Amelia Taylor, appointed a Director.

Monique Andrew and Amelia Taylor - Sayers

Monique Andrew brings over 12 years of experience in the legal, financial services, and technology sectors to the firm. She gained experience at wealth manager JBWere, Linden Global Strategies in the US, and law firms Minter Ellison and Clayton Utz. According to Sayers, “Monique has demonstrated expertise in both building and advising new and established businesses across the US, UK and Australia.” 

Described as a “bright star” by Sayers, Amelia Taylor brings experience in digital transformation, innovation and cloud technology to the Melbourne-based consultancy. She previously worked five years for Deloitte, and more recently served Salesforce as an expert in digital transformation and Salesforce implementations. “She is a wonderful addition to our team,” said Sayers. 

One of Sayer’s main offerings is geared at the wealth management segment. Sayers Wealth helps family offices, high-net-worth and ultra-high-net-worth clients with a range of consulting, financial structuring and technical services. In the coming year, Sayers aims at adding several new service lines to its offering.