Oliver Wyman boosts Public Sector with Peter Regen

28 November 2014 Consultancy.uk

Consulting firm Oliver Wyman has appointed Peter Regen as Director of Public Sector Consulting for North America. Regen brings more than two decades of experience in consulting to the newly created function and will be in charge of expanding the government business of the firm.

Regen brings over 20 years of consulting and operating experience to his new role. He joins the management consulting firm from competitor firm The Boston Consulting Group (BCG) where he acted as Deputy Director and Co-Founder of the Federal Government Practice. Regen joined BCG in 2007, after serving as COO at management consulting firm Initiative for one year. Prior to this, he worked at Unisys for four years. First as VP of Operations & Strategy, Global Commercial Industries and after that as VP & Partner of Global Supply Chain Security & Visibility practice. Other functions held by Regen include Associate Partner at Accenture, Senior Associate at Marakon Associates, and Research Associate at Easton Consultants.

Regen holds a Bachelor degree in Political Science and Economics from Swarthmore College and an MBA degree from Yale School of Management of Yale University.

Peter Regen - Oliver Wyman

At Oliver Wyman, Regen will be responsible for expanding the firm’s government business in the US. According to the firm’s press release, Regen serves as Oliver Wyman’s first Director of Public Sector Consulting of North America, highlighting its ambition to expand its market share in the government industry. Regen will report directly to Alan McIntyre, the firm’s Managing Partner for North America, who comments: “Given Peter’s background and abilities he will play a critical role for us. He combines insight into the workings of public and quasi-public organizations with long experience in delivering high-quality, impactful solutions. He will focus on bringing the capabilities of Oliver Wyman and its sister companies to assist public sector leaders with delivering against their missions and achieving urgent goals in times of crisis.”

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