BearingPoint adds 5 partners to its leadership in Paris, France

28 August 2018 Authored by Consultancy.eu

Five new partners have joined BearingPoint’s partnership in France: Clarisse Lemouton, Anne Civalleri, Adlen Bouchenafa, Caroline Perrin and Marc Sulmona.

Clarisse Lemouton has been with BearingPoint since 1999. She serves clients mainly in the defence and public services sectors, with a focus on government institutions. 

Anne Civalleri joined the consulting firm at the start of 2015 from Deloitte, where she latterly was a Senior Manager. Prior to that, she worked for Dutch beer brand Heineken in Paris, BearingPoint, in her first spell at the firm, and Logica, the legal predecessor of CGI. At BearingPoint, she is part of the Finance and Regulatory practice and is the lead partner for the ERP implementation service line. 

Adlen Bouchenafa is a specialist in governance, risk and compliance (GRC) services. His focus is on clients in the financial services sector, such as banks, insurance companies, FinTechs and financial regularity bodies.

Thirteen-year BearingPoint veteran Caroline Perrin works with clients on performance improvement, change and project management. Industries she works in include public services, infrastructures, public utilities and transportation.

BearingPoint adds 5 partners to its leadership in Paris, France

Marc Sulmona started his career at Accenture, after which he worked eleven years for CSC and Cdiscount. His promotion to partner follows a two-and-a-half year period at BearingPoint, where he focuses on digital transformation and ecommerce, mainly in the retail and online sectors. 

BearingPoint’s five new French partners are all based in Paris, with the firm’s office located in the La Défense district. The appointments are part of a broader intake of new leaders – across Europe, the consultancy admitted 17 new partners, of which 10 are based in Germany and Switzerland. 14 of the the new partners came from within the firm’s own ranks. 

Commenting on BearingPoint’s new partners in France, Peter Mockler, the firm’s Managing Partner, said; “Their admission is a testament to the ongoing success and growth of our business [the consultancy grew globally by 12% last year]. Each of our new partners has a strong track record in delivering projects to our clients. Each has displayed strong capabilities in creating client value and demonstrated commitment to excellence in service delivery. All of them are effective role models for our values and principles.” 

Related: The history of management and technology consultancy BearingPoint.

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