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BearingPoint strengthens practice with nine new partners in Europe


Amsterdam: BearingPoint has admitted nine new Partners to its ranks across Europe.

The firm says these promotions broaden its position as an independent partnership and further strengthens its practice in the fields of Digital Customer Management, Supply Chain Management, Information Management, Public Services Transformation, Mobile Payment, Bank Management, Commodity Management and Telecommunications.

The newly appointed Partners are: Sarah-Jayne Williams (United Kingdom), Philippe Chaniot (France), Sylvain Chevallier (France), Frank Hofele (Germany), Karsten Kohl (Switzerland), Andrew Montgomery (Ireland), Andreas Rindler (United Kingdom), Christian Wind (Austria) and Per Yhde (Sweden).

Peter Mockler, Managing Partner at BearingPoint commented, "With the admission of nine new Partners we further expand our practice for our clients. All of them have reached remarkable success in their fields and for a long time they have applied best thinking to create real client value. Thus, our new Partners are well-prepared to support our clients as trusted advisors, both in case of strategic and operational challenges".

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