Capgemini appoints Alexander Korogodsky as Vice President

03 August 2017

Capgemini has appointed Alexander Korogodsky to the role of Vice President. The analytics and consulting industry veteran will also take the position of Global Head of Analytics, Insights & Data Global Practice.

Alexander Korogodsky has joined Capgemini, vacating his most recent role of Vice President and Head of Strategy and Analytics at CAN Capital, a small business focused financial services firm. The appointment sees him arrive at Capgemini as a Vice President and as the Global Head of Analytics, Insights & Data Global Practice. The practice is focused on various contribute predictive, contextual and cognitive techniques, as the market for the segment continue to expand.

Having spent his early consulting career at EY, rising over an eleven-year period to the rank of Partner and Advanced Analytics and Predictive Modeling Practice Lead, Korogodsky also spent time at Protiviti, working for almost two years as a Managing Director, Global Leader Predictive Analytics at the consulting firm.

A Master of Science in Management Information Systems, graduating from the Stevens Institute of Technology, Korogodsky also holds a Bachelor of Arts in Information Systems from the Rutgers University – Newark – and has held various teaching positions, as well as board level positions at, among others, Florida International University.

Alexander Korogodsky - Capgemini

Commenting on the appointment of Korogodsky to the senior role, John Brahim, Head of Capgemini’s Insights & Data Global Practice, said, “He brings a wealth of experience in managing complex, advanced analytics programs across the globe to drive business transformation. Capgemini is committed to delivering actionable insights that support our clients in shaping the new data landscape, and Alexander will play a key role in ensuring their success.”

Korogodsky added, “There’s a real opportunity within organisations to use analytics to drive change, but the key is understanding where a client is on their journey; some are just starting to use analytics, some have tried it but need capability improvement, and some are power users of analytics. I’m looking forward to helping organisations to understand their needs and demonstrate how we can help them unlock their potential through analytics.”

The firm recently saw key leadership promotions, including Jean-Philippe Bol became head of the Cloud Infrastructure Services Strategic Business Unit, and Christine Hodgson became head of Group Corporate and Social Responsibility.


More news on


Grant Thornton UK appoints five new Partners

23 April 2019

Sergio Cardoso, Matt Maltz, Jessica Patel, Marc Roberts and Nick Warner have been appointed as partners at Grant Thornton. With the company undergoing a year of transition under new leadership, the new members will help consolidate the firm’s offering as it looks to reach new levels of growth in 2019.

2019 sees Grant Thornton’s UK wing undergoing a process of transformation. As the group looks to ensure its teams “provide the right level of support for profitable growth” and create an environment that “makes it easier for our people to do great work”, the firm has announced a succession of senior appointments across its regional divisions.

In February, this saw Chris Petts and James Bulloss named Partner and Director in the North East and Yorkshire respectively. Now, the UK’s sixth-largest auditing and consulting firm has confirmed the installation of a further five Partners across its UK team.

Sergio Cardoso is a long-standing Grant Thornton employee, having joined from Daniel Auerbach & Company – where he was an Accountant – in 2005. Cardoso rose steadily through the ranks since then, taking up his most recent role as Audit and Assurance Director in 2015. In that role, he focused on dynamic, fast-growing and entrepreneurial private companies, as well as multinational and AIM-listed groups. He now takes up the position of Partner in Grant Thornton’s audit practice.

Grant Thornton UK appoints five new Partners

Nick Warner has been appointed as a partner in Grant Thornton’s VAT team based in London. Bringing more than 20 years of experience in tax to the role, Warner joins the firm from Moore Stephens, where he most recently was VAT Partner, during a five-year stay with the firm. Prior to that, Warner was a Partner in VAT at BDO and PKF UK. He also spent five years at HMRC as a Higher Executive Officer.

Matt Maltz is the first of three Partner appointments in Grant Thornton’s real estate tax division. A former EY Partner in real estate tax, Maltz spent 17 years with the Big Four firm. In his new position with Grant Thornton, he will tackle similar client areas, as a Partner in real estate tax.

Jessica Patel has also been promoted as a Partner in the firm’s real estate tax practice, having been with the firm for more than 15 years. Patel joined Grant Thornton as a trainee in 2003. She is a licensed member of both the Association of Tax Technicians and the Chartered Institute of Taxation. As a Partner, Patel will advise a wide variety of clients ranging from UK property investors and developers to overseas investors and property funds.

Marc Roberts is another Big Four alumnus to join Grant Thornton as a Partner. Roberts exited EY to take up his new position, having been an Associate Partner and real estate advisory lead at the company. With more than 25 years of experience in the financial services sector, Roberts also formerly held a Directorship and headed the corporate finance real estate advisory team at fellow Big Four firm PwC.