NEW YORK: Greenberg Quinlan Rosner has opened an office in New York City, its fourth globally.
Graeme Trayner is leading the office after being named VP and head of the firm's corporate consulting practice worldwide on March 1. Previously, he was a partner at Brunswick Group's London office, where he led its insight practice. Trayner began his career at Greenberg Quinlan Rosner as an intern and has also worked as a senior aide to British Labour Party pollsters Phillip Gould and Deborah Mattinson.
He will work closely with James Morris, leader of the firm's London office and European practice.
Greenberg Quinlan Rosner has counseled corporations including TIAA-CREF, Microsoft, United Health Care, Boeing, and CNBC, it said in a statement.