Roland Berger appoints eight new Partners – and promotes a further five to Senior Partner
- The consultancy elects eight new members of the partnership in Germany, Indonesia, Japan, Morocco and Spain
- Roland Berger continues on a growth trajectory in its 50th anniversary year
Munich, July 03, 2017
At their regular meeting in Munich, Roland Berger's international partnership elected eight new Partners in Germany, Indonesia, Japan, Morocco and Spain. Five Partners were promoted to Senior Partner level in Germany and Sweden.
"Our 50th anniversary year sees us continue on a growth trajectory. As our business expands, so too does the Roland Berger partnership – we are delighted to welcome our new Partners," says Charles-Edouard Bouée, CEO of Roland Berger. "We have had a very successful first sixth months, with positive development in all regions and throughout all our Competence Centers. In a complex business environment – with challenges ranging from new trade barriers to the future of Europe to the digital transformation, including the integration of artificial intelligence – we enable our clients to define and implement strategies that provide them with the necessary agility to secure their long-term future."
Eight new Roland Berger Partners globally
The Roland Berger Partners welcomed four new colleagues in Germany: Richard Federowski, Stefan Haid, Martin Hoyer and Alexander Mueller. In Asia two new members joined the partnership: Yoshihiro Suwa in Indonesia and Takashi Watanabe in Japan. And Mehdi Lahlou and Victor Zambrana were elected Partner in Morocco and Spain.
Five Partners promoted to Senior Partner level
A total of four Partners from Roland Berger in Germany were promoted to Senior Partner: Klaus Juchem and Dominik Loeber from the Financial Services Competence Center, Felix Mogge from the Automotive Competence Center and Tobias Schoenberg from the Transportation Competence Center. Adding to their number, Hans Nyctelius from the Stockholm office was also promoted to Senior Partner.