GJ Nolan & Co. is a management consulting firm that was founded to meet the need for enhanced profitability in the international financial services community. We are dedicated to maintaining a leadership position on the principles of measuring and managing for long term growth and profitability. We have assisted leading financial services companies for over 30 years and have pioneered many of the leading methodologies and practices used in the industry today. Our founder, Greg Nolan, is recognized as one of the world's leading authorities on profitability measurement and management.
Our business model is knowledge transfer. We don’t have a horde of junior consultants that are only put on projects to pad hours and add limited value. We only have senior, experienced consultants who train and lead your employees. In that way, your team does the work and gains the knowledge and experience to maintain the information going forward. This results in lower fees and better return on investment for your bank.
Our team of consultants has been working exclusively in the financial services industry with some of the largest financial services companies in the world as their clients. They have worked for many of the top 10, and top 100 banks in North America, as well as leading companies in Europe, the Caribbean, and the Far East. They have led numerous enterprise-wide projects to develop customer, product and business line profitability. Our highly experienced team has successfully developed information that identifies the impact of customer behavior on net income; links product margins with capacity utilization in dynamic pricing models; and, separately identifies branch sales and servicing from local market profitability.
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Read Greg's recent articles published by BAI
The Path to Improved Profitability Runs through Data
Replacing Bank Budgeting with a Rolling Forecast
Greg Nolan began his career with the Chase Manhattan Bank, N.A. in New York City. He subsequently joined KPMG Peat Marwick and formed the Profit Management Group. He was appointed a partner in the firm and three years later, Partner-in-Charge of Management Consulting for the Philadelphia Office. After five years as head of consulting, he was appointed their National Partner-in-Charge of Profitability Measurement and Management for Financial Services Companies.
Greg was a member of Peat Marwick's Management Consulting Executive Committee and a member of their Financial Institutions' Consulting Steering Committee. He purchased the Profit Management Group from Peat Marwick and formed it as an independent company, which became PMG Systems. As President & CEO of PMG Systems, Greg was responsible for its growth and strategic direction. He transformed PMG from a management consulting firm into a successful technology company which was sold in 2001 to Alltel Information Services.
Greg is a frequent speaker and has been a guest lecturer at the Harvard Business School on the principles of measuring and managing profitability in financial services companies.