NMS founder Trevor Saliba nominated for CEO & CFO Leadership Award

20 September 2021 Consulting.us 2 min. read
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Trevor Saliba, founder and managing partner of NMS Consulting, has been named a nominee in The Los Angeles Times’ inaugural CEO & CFO Leadership Awards.

The publication’s inaugural award recognizes CEOs and CFOs of public companies, private companies, and non-profit and educational organizations. Saliba was nominated in the CEO of a private company category.

The virtual awards event, which was held last month, included a panel discussion examining the issues and trends affecting the C-suite and company stakeholders.

The CEO honorees in the private company category for 2021 were Chant Vartanian of M-Theory Consulting Group (small firm), Jessica Hawthorne-Castro of Hawthorne Advertising (midsize firm), and Kelly Coffey of City National Bank (large firm).Trevor Saliba, Managing Partner, NMS Consulting“In just a matter of months, if not weeks, the leaders of big and small companies were tasked to pivot and adjust their operations due to the unprecedented challenges,” said the LA Times B2B Publishing team, which selected the honorees and nominees.

“Through all the disruption and chaos, innovative companies took advantage and realized value. And now, with economic indicators pointing toward a strong recovery in the latter half of 2021, and thanks to the bold leadership of these CEOs and CFOs, their companies are poised to finish the year on a positive note.”

As founder and managing partner of NMS Consulting, Saliba oversees a multidisciplinary team of more than 250 management consultants across 15 offices in the US, Europe, Middle East, and Asia. NMS provides services in strategy, performance improvement, M&A, and digital and technology, among other areas.

Saliba also serves as chairman and CEO of NMS Capital Group, a venture capital and private equity firm investing in a wide range of asset classes. Prior to founding NMS Consulting and NMS Capital Group, Saliba was managing director for Asia-Pacific at Platinum Capital, a London-based hedge fund manager with more than $800 million in assets under management.

He began his financial services career in 1995 with Morgan Stanley. Saliba is an alumnus of Columbia Business School.