Managing Partner
London

Patrick Mina is responsible for managing Humatica’s operations in the UK and is active on projects globally. He has more than 25 years’ international experience in both management consulting and senior leadership roles.

Patrick has driven complex organisational transformation, turn-around and development projects. Patrick most recently served as Executive Director on the Board of Lombard International with responsibility for Group Sales, Marketing, Product Development, Wealth Planning and Key Account Management where he was also member of the Risk and Finance Committee.

Patrick was previously a partner at Mercer Management Consulting (now Oliver Wyman) focusing on organisational change. He set up and ran an organisational transformation consulting firm with blue-chip clients including HSBC, Virgin and Lombard International. In addition to a role as Head of Strategy at GRE (now AXA), he developed and led global organisational transformation initiatives as the Head of Operations at Alexander Forbes (now Lockton), Head EMEA and Asia Pacific and CEO for Client & Market Services at Marsh (a Marsh & McLennan company) and as the Director of Client Services at Lombard International.

Patrick holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics from University College London and an MBA from Manchester Business School including an exchange with McGill University Canada. He is Swedish and Italian and conducts business fluently in German, French, Italian, Swedish, and English.

Industry Expertise

  • Life Insurance
  • General Insurance
  • Wealth Management
  • Automotive
  • Telecommunications

Key Project Experience

  • Developed and led a €15m organisational transformation initiative at Lombard International resulting in a +30% productivity improvement, and significant EBITDA and MCEV uplift.
  • Developed and led the implementation and ongoing management of an Institutional Key Account Business Development model for Private banks and large IFAs at Lombard International
  • Restructured and redesigned HSBC’s insurance broking operations, creating a shared service centre of excellence as part of a divestment related turn-around
  • Developed a best practice target operating model at Marsh resulting in bottom line improvement of £30m whilst improving service levels by +45%. Key initiatives included rationalisation of locations and closure of a 400 FTE operation, setting up an operation in India (150 FTE) and implementation of an integrated workflow and document management system