Oliver Wyman appoints 40 new partners in 14 countries

21 December 2015 Consultancy.uk 6 min. read
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On the back of a solid year Oliver Wyman has promoted 40 consultants to Partner, with the aim of boosting its service portfolio and capabilities. The new partners are based in 14 countries, including in the UK, the US, Germany and Dubai, and work across the firm’s practices areas, including Strategy, Finance and Risk Management.

Founded in 1984, Oliver Wyman is a global management consulting firm with expertise in strategy, operations, risk management, and organisation transformation. Since its founding the firm has grown to a team of approximately 3,700 professionals working from offices in more than 50 cities in 26 countries, making it one of the globe’s larger consulting firms. The consultancy is a wholly owned subsidiary of Marsh & McLennan Companies, which is also the parent company of among others Marsh (insurance specialist), Mercer (HR consultancy) and NERA Economic Consulting (economic advisory).

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Last week, the New York headquartered consulting firm unveiled that it has appointed 40 consulting professionals globally to the role of Partner, all of which have been promoted internally. The firm’s new partners have been appointed in a variety of industries, ranging from Financial Services to Healthcare, and are based in 14 countries. An overview of the partners:

  • David Adamczyk (UK; Commercial Effectiveness)
  • Artiom Arkhangelskiy (Russia; Finance and Risk)
  • Irfan Bidiwala (US; Energy)
  • Marc Boilard (France; Automotive & Manufacturing)
  • Paul Calvey (Dubai; Financial Services)
  • Adonis Chami (Dubai)
  • Chaitra Chandrasekhar (US; Retail & Business Banking)
  • Eric Ciampi (France; Manufacturing, Transportation & Energy)
  • Thomas Nachtwey (Germany; Telecom)
  • Raji Souag (Dubai; Financial Services)

Oliver Wyman - Partners 1

  • Melinda Durr (US; Healthcare)
  • Chris Evans (Australia; Financial Services)
  • Thomas Fritz (Germany; Energy)
  • Jens Lorkowski (Germany; Energy & Utilities)
  • Javi Garcia (Spain; Financial Services)
  • Michael Hepinstall (US; Strategy & Risk Management)
  • Jamal Ismayilov (UK; Finance and Risk)
  • Sean Kennedy (UK; Financial Services)
  • Tammi Ling (US; Finance and Risk)
  • Jens Torchalla (Germany; Retail and Consumer Goods)

Oliver Wyman - Partners 2

  • Jacqui Martinez (US; Retail)
  • Brad McGourty (US; Finance and Risk)
  • Jessica McLaughlin (Canada; Transportation)
  • Markus Mentz (Germany; Automotive and Manufacturing)
  • Josh Michelson (US; Healthcare)
  • John Milliken (US; Financial Services)
  • Nuno Monteiro (Brazil; Finance & Risk)
  • Roman Mueller (Germany; Automotive & Manufacturing)
  • George Netherton (UK; Financial Services)
  • Ronan O’Kelly (UK; Corporate & Institutional Banking)

Oliver Wyman - Partners 3

  • Mark Pellerin (US; Risk & Trading)
  • Muriel Schtickzelle (France)
  • Vivek Sen (US; Financial Services)
  • Markus Streiner (Germany)
  • Toby Wuergler (Switzerland; Financial Services)
  • Abhimanyu Bhuchar (Singapore; Commodity Advisory)
  • Umberto Fuso (Italy)
  • Maria Miralles (UK; Retail)
  • Carey Hsu (US; Corporate & Institutional Banking)
  • Peter Clarke (US; Financial Services)

Oliver Wyman - Partners 4

Commenting on the 40 promotions, Scott McDonald, Oliver Wyman’s President and CEO, says: “We welcome and congratulate these new Partners. They are our future, and we look to them to extend the capabilities we bring to clients, to advance our thought leadership, and to develop and mentor our people.”

Last month Oliver Wyman was named one of Europe’s top three consulting firms to work for, trailing just McKinsey & Company and Bain & Company, while in Q3 the firm’s French business – the largest unit in Europe, led by the Lebanese Hanna Moukanas – was named a top 5 strategy consultancy in France.