PMP Strategy promotes Alexandre Hennequin and Stanislas Rossignol

11 March 2024 2 min. read
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International consultancy PMP Strategy has promoted Alexandre Hennequin and Stanislas Rossignol to Associate Partner level.

A member of the Private Equity and Telecommunications, Media & Technology practices, Alexandre Hennequin has been with PMP Strategy since 2017. He advises private equity funds and their portfolio companies on their acquisitions and disposals carrying out strategic and commercial due diligence.

In his corporate work, Hennequin supports clients with strategy and transformation services, mainly in the media, entertainment and hospitality sectors.

PMP Strategy promotes Alexandre Hennequin and Stanislas Rossignol

“Alexandre has rapidly developed the essential skills to excel in the field of private equity consulting and high-level corporate projects. He has an exceptional capacity for analytical synthesis, management skills which empower teams to surpass themselves, and a laser-sharp client-centric approach,” said Philippe Curt, Partner and Co-Founder of PMP Strategy.

Stanislas kickstarted his career at PMP Strategy in 2016 and also is a member of the Private Equity practice. He supports financial sponsors or groups under leveraged buy-out with strategic due diligence or post-acquisition services, with a focus on the technology and telecommunications sector. He has expertise across the lifecycle, from build-up strategy and growth to exits.

“Stanislas is proactive, demanding, always in good spirits, and has an unparalleled sense of customer service. His drive and personal commitment are exemplary” said Frédéric Jover, Partner and Co-Founder of PMP Strategy.

Jonathan Zelmanovitch, a Partner in the Private Equity practice, said the unit is delighted to strengthen its senior ranks with the duo. “Alexandre and Stanislas are not only two very valuable assets for PMP Strategy but also contribute to expanding our coverage across a broad spectrum of tech-related topics.”

In 2023, PMP Strategy supported over 25 deals for private equity funds. “We aim to surpass that number in 2024,” said Zelmanovitch.