Mr. Keogh is an accomplished senior executive with over 30 years of successful leadership experience (COO, CFO, MD, EVP). He has a track record of leading companies through operational performance transformations, consistently delivering measurable and sustainable financial and operational improvement in compressed timeframes. As an advisor, he has partnered with Fortune 100 leaders in the development and execution of their transformation programs, collaborating with all organizational levels to rapidly deliver step changes in profitability.
Mr. Keogh has extensive transformational experience, leading the identification, design and implementation of performance initiatives across a broad range of industries including automotive, chemicals, healthcare, financial services, building products, petrochemicals, retail and telecommunications. He has significant background in manufacturing, sales force effectiveness, revenue/margin enhancement, merger integration, procurement, product management, financial modeling, organizational design and supply chain management. Although much of his career has been centered in the US and UK, he has led projects in Asia, Europe, UK, Canada, Australia, and Mexico.
Prior to joining Carl Marks Advisors, Mr. Keogh was Managing Partner at Kairos Partners – most recently engaged to prioritize and lead the integration of five (5) companies, including back office consolidation, sales channel productivity, priority alignment and organizational design. Previously, he was a Managing Director for FTI Consulting Palladium Partners, the interim management practice. Earlier in his career, Mr. Keogh held corporate leadership roles in telecommunications.
Mr. Keogh graduated from University of Queensland Dental School and holds an MBA from Vanderbilt Business School.
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