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Dom Moorhouse

Partner & Board Member

Dom Moorhouse is a Partner and Board Member at Perpetual. Prior to this role, Dom founded Moorhouse Consulting – a leading UK management consultancy in the field of transformational change and complex program delivery. Dom led this company from singleton startup to a c. 80-strong, $30m business sale (to BT) in under five years; the company continues to thrive.

Prior to this, Dom had an eight-year Officer commission with HM Royal Marines and was a program leadership specialist at Deloitte Consulting.

Dom is now a recognized expert in strategic corporate (talent/capability/culture) development. He has written a number of books on the topic of entrepreneurism and corporate development and now advises a number of high-growth, ambitious boards in the recruitment and development of high-performing senior teams and value-adding, competitive capabilities. In the UK, he runs – twice annually – residential seminars for business leaders: focused on how to optimally move from strategy to delivery – with a systematic discipline and within a highly engaged team culture.

Dom is based in the UK and serves as our senior European Partner; he is also in the US on multiple occasions throughout the year – supporting our facilitation of board-level reviews, senior talent selection/appraisal and strategic team development (building high-performing, people-centric cultures) work.

He has a first-class computing degree, an MBA and program management accreditation (PMP, Prince2, MSP). He is a UK Chartered Director and a Fellow of both the Institute of Management Consultancy (CMC qualified) and the Association of Project Management (APM). He is currently, also, in the final straits of a second degree with the Open University: Philosophy, Politics and Economics.

Outside of work, Dom shares the demands, with his wife Roz, of parenting three very active, growing children. With what little residual time there is remaining, Dom mentors with the Prince’s Trust and is on the working group for a mental health organization (The Mountain Way) – seeking to reduce the tragic incidence of broken lives and suicide amongst UK veterans. He also tries desperately hard to hang onto a zest for an active, outdoor life (which has in the past included being a Zambezi white water raft guide, endurance canoeist, climber and expeditioner) but now largely involves CrossFit and paragliding.