Tim Longstaff joins Roland Berger from PwC Strategy

06 May 2015 Consultancy.uk 1 min. read
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Tim Longstaff returns to Roland Berger after 14 years away, taking up a position as Partner in the firm’s London office. His 20 years’ experience in both engineering and professional services will boosts the firm’s offering to clients in the construction, engineering and energy industry.

Longstaff started his engineering career at Combined Power Systems in 1992, where he worked as development engineer. In 1997 Longstaff moved to Rolls Royce to be a Marketing Manager, before taking up his first constancy role at IPG Strategy Consultants (subsequently acquired by Roland Berger) in 1998 – where he worked on aftermarket and technical services projects. After three years in the role at Roland Berger, Longstaff moved to WS Atikins where he worked for nine years, first as its Managing Director of Power before a role as Director of Corporate Strategy. In 2011 he moved to the Strategy department of PwC, where he served as Director. Longstaff holds a Master of Arts in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Cambridge and an MBA from SDA Bocconi.

Tim Longstaff & Paul Jowett, Roland Berger

Longstaff recently decided to take on a new challenge, and returned to Roland Berger after 14 years, to take up the position of Partner at the firm’s office in London. He brings with his 20 years’ experience in engineering and consulting to the firm, strengthen its London offering to clients in the construction, engineering and energy industry.

"We are very happy that Tim is back on board," said Paul Jowett, Managing Partner of Roland Berger's office in London. "He boosts our team and is a great support for our business in the UK, which is a very important market for Roland Berger. Our clients can now benefit from Tim's deep affiliation with engineering sector leaders and from his experience in strategy development with an industrial focus on technical services and energy industry worldwide.”