29 new partners for management consulting firm A.T. Kearney

17 January 2014 Consultancy.uk 3 min. read
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Global management consulting firm A.T. Kearney has announced 29 new partners. 17 partners were promoted internally, ten were lured from rival consulting firms, while two partners have been hired externally. With the new leaders on board the total number of partner at A.T. Kearney rises to 314 across 58 offices in 40 countries.

The global partner team of A.T. Kearney has early last year agreed on an ambitious growth strategy. The firms aims at doubling in size by 2020 – from roughly 3,000 employees early 2013 to roughly 6,000 in seven years time. The growth would come on top of an impressive expansion realized over the past seven years – since 2006, the year when its partner team bought the firm back from EDS – A.T. Kearney has grown its partner ranks and global revenue by 50%.

''We've experienced impressive growth since regaining our independence in 2006 and accelerated that path in 2013 with the launch of a new vision set on becoming the most admired global, full-service management consulting firm'' says Johan Aurik, the global Managing Partner of the firm. In his view the addition of the 29 new partners in the second half of 2013 forms an important step in achieving the growth plan. In the first half of 2013 the firm management consultancy firm already announced 16 new partners.  

Interally promoted partners (office, practice)

- Daniela Chikova, Vienna, Financial Services
- Ulli Dannath, Berlin, Communications, Media and Technology
- Brian Dunn, Dallas, Strategic Information Technology
- Scott Glover, Melbourne, Financial Services
- Craig D. Kane, Dallas, Strategic Information Technology
- Khalid Khan, Chicago, Procurement and Analytic Solutions
- Tomotsugu Kozaki, Tokyo, Strategic Operations
- Gil Krakowsky, New York, Strategy, Marketing and Sales
- Anshuman Maheshwary, Delhi, Energy and Process Industries and Utilities
- Tiago Monteiro, Sao Paulo, Communications, Media and Technology
- Javier Navarro Gonzalez, Madrid, Communications, Media and Technology
- Alyssa Pei, Chicago, Financial Services
- Adam Pressman, Chicago, Strategic Information Technology
- Andrea Roversi, Milan, Strategic Information Technology
- Shigeru Sekinada, Tokyo, Strategy, Marketing and Sales
- Ramesh Siromani, Toronto, Financial Services
- Joachim von Hoyningen-Huene, Munich, Energy and Process Industries and Utilities

Partners from consulting competitors (office, practice, origin)

- Alex Blanter, San Francisco, Communications Media and Technology, PwC PRTM
- Clarence Chen, San Francisco, Operations Strategy, A.T. Kearney
- Chris Richard, San Francisco, Operations Strategy, PwC PRTM
- Mark Holman, San Francisco, Mergers & Acquisitions, PwC PRTM
- Suketu Gandhi, Chicago, Strategic Information Technology, Deloitte Consulting
- Torsten Stocker, Hong Kong, Consumer Industries and Retail, Deloitte Monitor
- Keith Lostaglio, Singapore, Healthcare, McKinsey & Company
- Simon Kent, London, Financial Services, Navigant Consulting
- Nicolas Lioliakis, Paris, Financial Services, AlixPartners (AND ex-Bain & Company)
- Andrew Stewart, London, Financial Services, Navigant Consulting

Partners from outside the consulting industry (office, practice, origin)

- Jungkiu Choi, Singapore, Financial Services (previously COO of Standard Charter Bank and ex-McKinsey)
- Christian Hassel, Copenhagen, Transportation, Travel and Infrastructure