Carnall Farrar joins the MCA

The Management Consultancies Association is delighted to announce that Carnall Farrar is the latest management consulting firm to join the Association.

Dedicated to improving health, care and public services, Carnall Farrar is led by experienced senior leaders from healthcare, the public sector, consultancy and leadership development, offering extensive experience and support to clients to address their most critical issues from strategy to delivery.

Charlie Ratcliffe, Operations Director at Carnall Farrar, said:

“We are delighted to become members of the MCA. We joined the MCA to become part of an industry voice, to increase our networking, learn from others across the industry and to support our staff’s own development.”

Alan Leaman, Chief Executive of the MCA said:

“Carnall Farrar are a very welcome addition to the MCA’s membership. Their expertise in healthcare and public services, strong ethical values and commitment to the principles of Consulting Excellence were clear from their interview. We look forward to introducing the Carnall Farrar team to our wider membership, and their contribution to our future activities.”

The MCA's member companies comprise over 60 per cent of the UK consulting industry in fee income, employ around 45,000 people and work with over 90 of the top FTSE 100 companies and almost all parts of the public sector. Through the Consulting Excellence scheme, all members are committed to highest standards of ethical behaviour, client service and value, and professionalism.

More information on Carnall Farrar can be found at



Alice Newton
Head of Membership
Management Consultancies Association
Tel: 020 7645 7950


The Management Consultancies Association (MCA)

The MCA is the representative body for the UK’s leading management consulting firms. For 60 years, the MCA has been the voice of the consulting industry, promoting the value of consulting to business, the public sector, media commentators and the general public. In 2015, MCA member companies generated £5.5bn in fee income and employed 45,000 people, representing around 60% of the UK consulting industry.

The new Consulting Excellence scheme, means that all MCA members are committed to highest standards of ethical behaviour, client service, and professionalism.