Client & Legal Project Management Lead
Nebil's primary role is to identify opportunities within the firm’s most complex matters in the Finance and Projects practice group, where process efficiencies and project management will help streamline delivery and better serve our clients’ needs.
He also offers direct support to our lawyers on specific projects by leveraging his operational and project delivery expertise.
Prior to joining Pinsent Masons, Nebil worked at Deloitte for a period of 11 years where he held a variety of operational roles and led on projects covering both the public and financial sectors. In particular, he led large scale remediation projects in the Managed Services space, focusing on alternative delivery models and cost efficiencies. He has served a variety of clients, from government departments to Tier 1 investment banks as well as law firms. Nebil has particular experience of financial modelling, process improvement and process optimisation, all within client facing roles.
In addition to project management and operational consulting skills, Nebil also has legal experience, having completed the Legal Practice Course and obtained a Masters in Commercial Law.
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