LDM Global appoints new chief executive

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LDM Global, a global consultancy providing Digital Forensics, eDisclosure and Cybersecurity services, has appointed Conor Looney as chief executive officer. The company’s founder and former CEO, Chris O’Reilly, will move from day-to-day general management into an advisory role.

Mr. Looney has more than 20 years’ experience in the technology and consumer goods industries. Before joining LDM Global Mr. Looney was regional chief executive officer of Digicel in 18 countries and a member of the Caribbean senior leadership team, which oversaw more than 6,000 staff members across 24 countries.

Previously, Mr. Looney served as CEO of Digicel Barbados, CEO of Digicel British Virgin Islands, and operations director and marketing director of Digicel Jamaica. Before joining Digicel, he held several senior roles at Mars, the manufacturer of confectionery, food and pet care products. He also founded two digital businesses, which he successfully exited.

“We have ambitious plans to expand our global reach to support more clients and are excited for the experience and leadership Conor brings to our team,” Mr. O’Reilly said. “His experience in integrating multiple businesses and people across markets to ensure focus and efficiency, while passionately focusing on the customer first is going to be a boon to both our staff and our clients.”

Mr. Looney is based in Florida in the United States, from where he travels frequently to meet LDM Global’s clients and staff across the globe.

LDM Global was founded in 1996 and is an information management, litigation support and professional services consultancy to the legal industry.

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