BCG promotes three Senior Partners in its Paris office

30 June 2015

The Boston Consulting Group (BCG) has promoted three Partners to Senior Partner in its Paris Office: Stéphane Cairole, Nicolas Harlé and Hadi Zablit. According to the firm, the appointments are in line with its aim to keep developing and growing the French business.

Stéphane Cairole joined BCG in 1999 and was named Partner in 2008. At the firm, he is responsible for the Consumer & Retail Practice in France, North Africa and Israel. Prior to joining BCG, Cairole worked for high-tech company Sagem for one year between 1998 and 1999. Cairole has a Master degree in Engineering from Ecole Centrale Paris and one in Business Strategy Management from HEC Paris.

Stephane Cairole, Nicolas Harle, Hadi Zablit, BCG

Nicolas Harlé has been with BCG for 19 years, having joined in 1996, and was named Partner in 2006. Harlé is specialised in the financial sector, working with banks and insurers. Before joining BCG, he worked in the banking sector in Asia. He has a degree from Ecole Centrale Paris and an MBA from INSEAD.

Hadi Zablit started his career at the firm in 2000 and made Partner in 2009. At BCG, Zablit is responsible for the automotive division for East Europe, West Europe and North Africa and is one of the firm’s global experts on globalisation of R&D. Prior to working for BCG, he worked in the Engineering Division of Renault for six years. Zablit has a degree from Ecole Polytechnique, the Ecole des Mines de Paris and an MBA from INSEAD.

BCG's Paris office was established in 1973, and currentlly is one of the largest offices in BCG's European network, serving a French consulting market valued to be worth just over €4 billion.


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