Munich: German strategy consultancy Roland Berger has underpinned its global presence with the elevation of new partners around the world.
It has appointed 17 new partners, from Spain to South Korea, Malaysia to the US. Four of the new partners are located in Germany, and one partner has been promoted to senior partner.
"By appointing these 17 partners, we are strengthening our international presence in the Asian growth markets and in the US, but also in our core Western European markets," said Dr. Martin Wittig, Roland Berger's CEO.
The new Roland Berger Partners are:
- Philipp Angehrn in Roland Berger's Zurich office, working for the Engineered Products & High Tech (EPHT) and Financial Services Competence Centers
- Philip Beil in the Consumer Goods & Retail Competence Center in Munich
- Didier Bréchemier in the Transportation Competence Center in Paris
- Sébastien Cailliau at the company's Brussels office, where he develops activities with European institutions with a strong focus on aerospace and defense
- Neil Checker Operations Strategy and Pharma & Chemicals Competence Center in Düsseldorf
- Yannig Gourmelon in the Shanghai office, where he manages the International Desk
- Sukgeun Lee, managing partner at the Roland Berger office in Seoul
- Philipp Leutiger at the InfoCom Competence Center in Munich
- Jean-Marc Liduena in the Consumer Goods and Retail Competence Center in Paris
- John Low in the Civil Economics and Infrastructure Competence Center in South East Asia (Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia)
- Daisuke Nakano in the Tokyo office's Transportation and Consumer Goods & Retail Competence Centers
- Hans Nyctelius in the Pharma and Healthcare Competence Center in Stockholm
- Paul Osbourn in Roland Berger's London office, working in the Restructuring Competence Center
- Carlos Pérez in the Financial Services Competence Center in Madrid
- David van der Does at Roland Berger's Amsterdam office
- Katrin Vernau is partner and Dean of the Roland Berger School of Strategy and Economics
- David Ye in the Civil Economics Competence Center in Shanghai