Andrew Mycoe and Benjamin Kremor join Corebridge

26 March 2024 Consultancy.com.au 3 min. read
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Brisbane-based consulting boutique Corebridge has doubled its senior team through the recruitment of Andrew Mycoe and Benjamin Kremor.

Led by former PwC senior consultant Richard Parkin, Brisbane-based strategy firm Corebridge Consulting has picked off two of Scyne Advisory’s professionals to double its leadership team – Andrew Mycoe who has joined as a partner alongside engagement lead Benjamin Kremor.

The pair join principal Mark Tanner and engagement lead Benjamin D’Arcy among the firm’s upper ranks, who also both share a background at PwC.

Andrew Mycoe and Benjamin Kremor join Corebridge

Established close to a decade ago but with a major brand refresh in 2022, Brisbane’s Corebridge bills itself as a high-quality, cost-effective alternative to the Big Four and large-scale management consulting firms, offering cross-industry private and public sector clients a range of services spanning strategy, analytics and execution. The company also positions itself as a potential alternative for underappreciated or uninspired talent.

That pitch appears to have appealed to former Scyne Advisory strategy & transformation director Andrew Mycoe, who has joined Corebridge as its second partner just three months after crossing to the public sector breakaway alongside 1,200 or so PwC colleagues upon its official launch in November. Prior to his twelve years at PwC, where he focused on major transport sector projects, Mycoe also spent a lengthy stint at global strategy consultancy BTS.

“Andrew brings deep experience consulting with the public and private sector within Australia and internationally,” Corebridge said of Mycoe’s recruitment in a post to LinkedIn. “With a proven track record of successfully delivering award winning large scale complex programs, Andrew expands our capability to help clients develop new operating models, build capability, accelerate digital transformation and deliver sustainable change.”

The Corebridge team has also had a boost with the arrival of new engagement lead Benjamin Kremor, who has crossed from Scyne alongside Mycoe. First joining as a vacationer while studying at the University of Queensland, Kremor altogether spent five years between PwC and Scyne, working as a management consultant supporting clients in the government, mining, procurement, and utilities sectors among others on complex transformation projects.

As Corebridge managing partner, Richard Parkin himself brings more than two decades of consulting industry experience, dating back to a start with PwC in South Africa in 2003. From there, he worked as a SAP specialist in various locations around the world, before arriving in Brisbane in 2008 in a return to PwC. More recently, Parkin spent time at another Southeast Queensland boutique, Benefit Management, prior to moving on to Corebridge in 2015.

Speaking on his decision to join the firm, Mycoe stated; “Over the last 10 years the Corebridge team have carved out a stellar reputation defining, delivering and measuring what matters to clients in public and private sector organisations across Australia. It’s a real privilege to join the amazing team and be part of the next stage of growth with a focus on building out the strategy execution & transformation practice, and I look forward to the journey ahead.”