Paul Keary is a co-founder of Teneo and COO of the company’s four business segments globally.
Prior to Teneo, Paul ran a business and communications strategy consultancy where he advised some of the largest companies in the world on reputational, operational and strategic challenges and opportunities.
Paul previously served as Senior Managing Director and Director of Business Integration at FTI Consulting (FTI), one of the world’s leading international consulting companies. He also served with the Company’s Executive Committee. FTI, then a 3,500-person-strong consulting firm, advises companies and intermediaries on investigations, litigation, mergers and acquisitions, regulatory issues, reputation management and restructuring.
Prior to joining FTI, Paul ran the North American business of Financial Dynamics (FD), the world’s largest business communications consultancy. Paul was instrumental in growing the business through a strategy of acquisition and organic-based growth, and also advised Fortune 500 companies, governments and industry organizations on positioning strategy, reputation management, capital market communications and crisis management strategies.
Prior to joining FD, Paul held a senior management position for a leading global communications agency and worked extensively in Europe, Middle East and the Americas, advising a wide number of blue chip technology companies on communications strategy surrounding IPOs and M&A activity.
Paul was also previously Head of Communications for Xerox Europe Ltd. during a time of significant restructuring and realignment for the company.
Related Service Areas
- CEO & C-Suite Strategic Counsel
- Crisis Management & Preparedness
- Diversity & Inclusion Advisory
- Leadership Communications Coaching
- Litigation & Enforcement Action
- M&A, IPO, Bankruptcy & Restructuring
- Shareholder Activism Defense
- Strategy & Communications Advisory
Awards & Recognitions
- Recipient, PRCA Award for Consulting Excellence
Memberships & Affiliations
- Director, US Foundation Board for National University of Ireland, Galway