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New partners at Roland Berger reflect global ambitions

Martin Wittig

Munich: Roland Berger Strategy Consultants is strengthening its global presence with the appointment of 22 new international Partners — including five women. Of the new group, six Partners are located in Germany. Five international Partners were promoted to Senior Partner too.

  • The strategy consultancy is expanding its international footprint
  • 22 new Partners, six of whom are in Germany
  • More women: the group of new Partners includes five women
  • Five Partners promoted to Senior Partner

"Appointing these 22 new Partners represents growth and further internationalization: We are expanding our global presence in Asia, the Middle East and North America to offer our clients even more added value," says Dr. Martin C. Wittig, CEO of Roland Berger Strategy Consultants.

"We are also pleased that more women are joining our Partner ranks."

The new Roland Berger Partners

  • Heiko Ammermann (37), Partner in the Civil Economics, Energy & Infrastructure Competence Center in Frankfurt.
  • Jérôme Barrué (40), Partner in the Financial Services Competence Center in Paris.
  • Anne Bioulac (39) Partner in the InfoCom and the Marketing & Sales Competence Centers, Paris.
  • Duarte Simões de Carvalho (40), Partner in the Financial Services Competence Center in São Paulo.
  • Jorge Delclaux (50), Managing Partner in Roland Berger's Madrid office.
  • Cyril Gay Belan (41), Partner in the Financial Services Competence Center,Paris.
  • Maren Hauptmann (39), Partner in the Corporate Performance Competence Center, Munich.
  • Marcus Hoffmann (41), Partner in Roland Berger's Automotive Competence Center, Munich.
  • Feng Ke (37), Partner in the Transportation & Logistics Competence Center in Shanghai.
  • Zun-Gon Kim (38), Partner in the Pharma & Healthcare Competence Center in Munich.
  • Damien Ko (41), Partner in the Financial Services Competence Center of Roland Berger in Hong Kong and New York.
  • Alexander Lesch (43), Partner in the global Civil Economics, Energy & Infrastructure Competence Center, Düsseldorf.
  • Safia Limousin (39), Partner in the Utilities and Operations Strategy Competence Center in Paris.
  • Bruce Liu (41), Partner in the Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare Competence Center in Shanghai.
  • Andrea Marinoni (40), Partner in the Corporate Performance and Corporate Finance practice, Milan.
  • Francesco M. Pavoni (44), Senior Partner in the Financial Services Competence Center in Istanbul and Bahrain.
  • Joyce Peng (40), Partner in Roland Berger's office in Beijing, focusing on financial services.
  • Jérôme Rein (40), Partner in the Engineered Products and High Tech Competence Center, Paris.
  • Jaime Rodriguez-Ramos Fernandez (34), Partner in the InfoCom Competence Center in Madrid.
  • Thomas F. Wendt (38), Partner in Roland Berger's automotive practice, Chicago.
  • Fanny Zhang (36), Partner in the Transportation and Energy Competence Center, Beijing.

Partners promoted to Senior Partner

  • Matthew Chang (43) joined Roland Berger's Shanghai Office in 2010 as Partner and Head of the Healthcare and Operations Practice for Greater China. Before coming to Roland Berger, he held several management positions at leading international consultancies for over 10 years in Hong Kong, Shanghai and Frankfurt. He was also Director of Strategy for Asia Pacific and Executive Council member for Greater China for the consumer goods group Diageo. Matthew Chang holds a bachelor's degree in mathematics and physics from the United States and an MBA degree from Switzerland.
  • Norbert Dressler (40) has been with the Automotive Competence Center of Roland Berger in Stuttgart since 2001, becoming Partner in 2009. Before joining Roland Berger, Norbert Dressler worked for a leading international management consultancy and in industry. Within the Automotive Competence Center, he is responsible for the global "Commercial vehicles, agricultural and construction vehicles" business. His functional expertise encompasses topics involving strategy development, engineering, purchasing and efficiency improvement. Norbert Dressler studied business administration at the University of Pforzheim (Germany).
  • Laurent Dusollier (43) has been working for the Roland Berger Paris office since 2002. He started his career at Procter and Gamble before joining Roland Berger in Brussels in 1998. As a specialist in the consumer goods and retail sector, Laurent Dusollier deals with issues related to growth strategy, innovation, performance optimization, cost reduction and organization. He is also involved in developing Roland Berger's business activities in sales & marketing. Laurent Dusollier holds a degree in business engineering from Solvay Brussels School (Belgium).
  • Manfred Hader (47) is Senior Partner in Roland Berger's Hamburg office, working for the Engineered Products & High Tech (EPHT) Competence Center. Since joining Roland Berger in 1998, he has worked in the Hamburg and Paris offices, focusing on the aerospace & defense, energy and environmental services industries. Prior to joining Roland Berger, Manfred Hader worked in industry for nine years and held various management positions in marketing and business development. He studied business administration in Wiesbaden (Germany), Phoenix (USA), London (UK) and Tokyo (Japan).
  • Pierre Reboul (44) is Senior Partner in the Financial Services Competence Center of Roland Berger in Paris and co-leads the Global Corporate & Investment Banking practice. Before joining Roland Berger in 2008, he was a partner at a management consultancy where he was in charge of the financial markets & risk practice for Europe. As a specialist in investment banking and asset management, he is responsible for many projects designed to optimize operating performance, enhance sales effectiveness and risk management. Pierre Reboul holds degrees from the Grenoble Institute of Technology (France) and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (USA).

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