Carl White

Managing Director
Professional Services Sector (EMEA)

Beverly Hills

Carl White is the Managing Director of P&C Global’s Professional Services Industry practice group in EMEA. With over 25 years of experience in the law firm and management consulting industries, Carl has held progressive leadership positions with global market- leading firms including Capgemini, Linklaters, Dentons, and Accenture.

Carl is an innovator in the professional services industry in the domains of marketing, practice and firm performance optimization, enterprise technology, and the impact of values-based culture in global organizations. His expertise and innovations have helped his clients achieve their strategic goals by aligning their business objectives with their core values. His track record of success and passion for his work have established him as a trusted advisor to senior executives and boards of directors.

Carl holds a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science and Mathematics from the University of Manchester and a Master’s degree in Business Administration from the London Business School. He is a frequent speaker at industry events and has been featured in several publications, including The Financial Times and The Economist.

Carl resides in Los Angeles and London and enjoys CrossFit, running, reading, and spending time with his family. He is also an active marathoner and supporter of various charitable organizations and is committed to making a positive impact in his community.

Past Experience

Client Account Director

Global Director of Digital Practice Management

Digital Marketing Strategy Americas

Senior Consultant,
Digital Marketing


Pepperdine University
Executive Certificate,
Cyber Risk Professional Program

London School of Business
Executive Certificate,
Data Science for Business Intelligence

London School of Business
Master of Business Administration

University of Manchester
Bachelor of Science,
Computer Science and Mathematics

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