Andrew Snead

Andrew Snead

Senior Partner

At A Glance

  • Senior Partner in North America
  • Over 18 years of strategic consulting and M&A experience
  • Clients include major TMT companies in Europe, USA, the Middle East, Africa and Asia
  • Advisory experience covers corporate strategy, M&A, transactional services, market entry strategy, turnarounds, ICT strategy and start-ups

Andrew is a Senior Partner within the management consulting business in North America. In addition, Andrew plays an active role in assessing investment opportunities across the regions, in close coordination with Delta Partners Capital, whilst also working closely with Delta Partners Corporate Finance on M&A and transactional services activities. 

With over 18 years of strategic consulting and M&A experience, Andrew has worked with major telecommunications, media and technology/digital firms in the UK, Ireland, Sweden, US, the Middle East, Africa and Asia. He brings with him extensive advisory experience, which includes corporate strategy, M&A, transactional services (e.g. due-diligences), market entry strategy, turnarounds, ICT strategy and start-ups. Andrew has significant fixed-line, mobile & media experience including NGN strategies, Pay TV and content strategies, mobile re-launches and the development of mobile data strategies.

 Andrew started his career with Andersen Consulting Strategic Services in London, focusing purely on the telecoms, media and tech (TMT) sector. The early part of his career centred on triple-play and digital TV strategies for cable operators and incumbents across Europe. Between 1997 and 2001, Andrew assisted in the strategy and implementation of four triple-play launches across the UK and Ireland. Just before joining Delta Partners, Andrew focused heavily on developing and implementing ICT strategies in an advisory and interim management capacity.

 Andrew holds a BSc in Economics and Quantitative Methods from the University of Birmingham. Andrew’s native language is English and he is conversational in German.