Teuta Naghshineh joins Capco as partner in Los Angeles

16 March 2021 Consulting.us 2 min. read
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Fintech expert Teuta Naghshineh has joined management and technology consultancy Capco as a partner in the firm’s US digital engineering practice. She will be based in Los Angeles.

Naghshineh brings more than 15 years of consulting and technology experience in financial services to Capco. She has expertise in digital strategy, infrastructure assessment, organization redesign, Salesforce implementations, cloud transformation, data architecture, and regulatory reform.

Naghshineh previously spent three years as a client service partner at consulting firm Slalom, where she helped launch the firm’s Los Angeles fintech practice focusing on banking, capital markets, and asset management. Before that, Naghshineh spent seven years at PwC, where she was a director and manager in the financial advisory practice.

Prior to joining PwC she spent two years as a senior associate at Diamond Management and Technology Consultants in New York. Earlier in her career, Naghshineh was a project manager at BNY Mellon and Mellon Financial.

Teuta Naghshineh joins Capco as partner in Los Angeles

She holds an MBA from Carnegie Mellon University and a BA in management information systems and mathematics from Chatham University. Naghshineh is also a certified project management professional, a Six Sigma Black Belt, and an AWS certified cloud practitioner.

“I am very pleased to welcome Teuta to the US Partner group,” Michael Pugliese, managing partner of Capco’s US business, said. “Teuta has a proven track record driving large-scale change initiatives, managing multinational and multidisciplinary teams, and partnering with C-suite executives.”

Capco is headquartered in London and has more than 5,000 professionals across offices in Europe, the Americas, and Asia-Pacific. The firm specializes in advising financial services clients, working on digital initiatives in banking and payments, capital markets, wealth and asset management, and insurance. The firm also serves energy sector clients in the US.

Capco earlier this year welcomed Dee McDougal as US head of diversity, equity & inclusion (DEI).

Indian IT consulting giant Wipro earlier this month announced its was acquiring Capco for $1.5 billion