Altman Solon appoints four global co-managing partners

09 April 2024 2 min. read
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Global strategy consulting firm Altman Solon has appointed four managing partners across its business.

Established in 2020 through the merger between Altman Vilandrie & Company and Solon Management Consulting, Altman Solon is a firm exclusively focused on the telecommunications, media, and technology (TMT) sector. Altman Solon has 13 offices across the Americas, Europe, Asia and Oceania.

With the expansion of its managing partner team from two to four, Altman Solon aims to accelerate its global growth ambitions and provide better top-level coverage of its regional divisions. 

Altman Solon appoints four global co-managing partners

Rory Altman retains his role as managing partner – the former co-founder of Altman Vilandrie & Company held the position since the merger. Patrick Bellenbaum, who led Solon Management Consulting and spent the past four years as co-managing partner, has stepped down from the role. Bellenbaum remains with the consulting firm.

New to the role are Matthias Hamel, Dan Lerner, and Justin Jameson.

Matthias Hamel, based in Munich, joined the firm in 2005 and supports telecommunications providers and leading investors worldwide. London-based Dan Lerner, who joined the firm in 2011, is an expert in technology and telecommunications investment strategy. Justin Jameson is based in Sydney and was the founder of Venture Consulting, which was acquired by Altman Solon in 2021.

“Our new managing partner team reflects the global scope and mission of our firm,” said Altman. “We thank Patrick Bellenbaum for his outstanding dedication and leadership in creating Altman Solon and co-leading the firm since our merger, during which we built a truly global firm.”

Hamel said: “Altman Solon successfully emerged from three regional players to a worldwide leader. Our team is excellent, our momentum is strong, and our untapped potential is high. There is a lot to do, and Altman Solon is eager for growth”

Lerner stated: “TMT is fast, dynamic, and challenging – especially in our current economic climate. Our success is thanks to our team of experts in 13 offices across the world.”

Jameson noted: “Asia-Pacific is an important area of growth for TMT and, in particular, for our firm. Being focused on our industries and present around the world allows us to bring the best people to our clients wherever they are.”