Advisory and Analytics department launches at Natural Power

In response to evolving market conditions, Natural Power has launched a new department, ‘Advisory and Analytics', which brings together the best of its due diligence, market analysis and resource analysis teams.


Lauren Wheatley, Director of Advisory and Analytics will provide direction to the team globally. International advisory services will be coordinated by Giles Dearden, Director of Due Diligence with local delivery lead by in regional and subject matter experts.

Richard Walls, Chief Operating Director said: "By combining the teams, we will see greater knowledge sharing internally providing a , more integrated and efficient service for our clients. Together we are in a stronger position to build our market intelligence and develop strategies to increase our market presence, both in our existing and new markets."

"From an international perspective, we will be able to support new growth areas by capitalising on the experience of our dynamic and knowledgeable team with the flexibility to work on projects across the globe - delivering our vision to provide market leading services to our clients."

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