Nick Studer heads Value Transformation unit of OW

12 January 2016 2 min. read
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Oliver Wyman veteran Nick Studer has become the Managing Partner of the firm’s Consumer & Industrial Value Transformation Practice. In his new role, he will leverage his almost two decades’ experience to advise clients across a range of industries.

Nick Studer started his career at Oliver Wyman as a Consultant in 1997, following a short term working for Samuel Montagu. In 2003, he became a Partner at the firm, after which he took on the role of Head of Global Corporate and Institutional Banking Practice in 2007. Two years later, in 2009, he became the firm’s Head of European Finance and Risk Practice. Since 2012 he has been the Managing Partner of Oliver Wyman’s Financial Services Practice. In addition to his work at the consulting firm, he has been a Board Member of TheCityUK since 2010.

Studer holds a Bachelor degree in Mechanical Engineering, focused on Manufacturing Engineering, from the University of Cambridge.

Nick Studer heads C&I Value Transformation practice OW

Studer’s more than 18 years’ experience at the firm, which has included a wide range of consulting work across issues facing financial services firm, will be leveraged in his new role as the Managing Partner of the firm’s Consumer & Industrial Value Transformation Practice. In his new role, he will work across the firm’s client base in areas including retail and consumer packaged goods, business and consumer services, and communications, media, and technology. 

“I am honoured and excited to have the opportunity to lead a dedicated and talented set of Partners and extend our abilities to help companies, industries, and the communities in which we work,” says Studer. “Our strong reputation for deep expertise, coupled with newly developing cross-industry offerings in disciplines like operations, strategic IT, procurement, and organisational effectiveness provides us with the perfect foundation to continue supporting our clients with their most challenging problems.”

Commenting on Studer’s recent promotion, Scott McDonald, President of Oliver Wyman, says: “Nick is a trusted advisor to the world’s leading banks and regulators, on strategy, risk management, finance, and operational issues, and his experience spans the globe. In his new role, Nick will provide excellent leadership for our client work with a diverse set of B2B and B2C clients, and for Oliver Wyman overall.”

Studer’s promotion follows other recent promotions at Oliver Wyman, including that of Ted Moynihan, who became the Managing Partner of the firm’s Financial Services business, and that of 40 new Partners, appointed in 14 different countries.