Monitor Deloitte promotes fourteen consultants in Denmark

11 September 2018 5 min. read
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Monitor Deloitte has announced a raft of promotions at its Danish arm. The strategy consultancy wing of Deloitte Consulting has promoted a total of fourteen colleagues to a higher level. “All of them have gone above and beyond for clients and delivered truly differentiated services”. 

Promoted from Manager to Senior Manager are Alexander Nathan, Maibritt Harritz Hansen and Morten Bo Rasmussen. Nathan has been with Monitor Deloitte since 2017, prior to that working for Lego and for over four years at Scandinavian consulting firm Qvartz among others. “Alexander has excelled and demonstrated his abilities as an outstanding project manager. Full of genuine curiosity and people engagement, Alexander throws his attention at any analytical challenge to bring our clients, people and himself to new heights,” remarked a spokesperson of Monitor Deloitte on its LinkedIn page.

Hansen joined Monitor Deloitte in October 2016, having previously served Kuanhsi Consulting and A.T. Kearney, both based out of Copenhagen. “Razor sharp and handling uncertainty and pressure with elegance, Maibritt is tremendously respected by peers, employees and clients. But what really characterises Maibritt is her spiritual energy, always insisting on being herself and in balance gently moving and shaping businesses, people and the world around her.” 

Rasmussen, meanwhile, is nearing his five-year anniversary at the firm, and gained previous experience at Denmark’s Ministry of Finance. “Morten is a friendly hard-baller and an unbelievably safe pair of hands. He is an integral part of Monitor’s public sector practice, where he has helped clients of all colours and shapes with improving their efficiency. Currently, Morten is on parental leave and we can’t wait to have him back on board.”

Monitor Deloitte promotes fourteen consultants in Denmark

Ascending from Senior Consultant to Manager level are Jonas Meldgaard and Elisabeth Inex Stæhr. The former returned to Denmark at the end of 2015 after a spell working and studying in London, and has since grown in Monitor Deloitte’s ranks from Consultant level. “A fast thinker and a people’s man, Jonas is a natural born strategy consultant. He is always up for inventing a new business concept or discussing the future of the public sector.” 

Inex Stæhr joined Deloitte from rival PwC nearly two years ago, where she worked in the firm’s M&A arm (PwC Deals). At Monitor Deloitte, she focuses on commercial due diligence and transaction services. “Elisabeth has an ability to effortlessly handle all issues – even when she is burning the midnight oil on complex and edgy M&A projects. She is a true master in balancing time, efforts and stakeholders to always deliver superior work, highly credited by our clients.” 

Further down the pyramid, Monitor Deloitte saw nine of its high performing Consultants earn promotion to Senior Consultant level. These are: Klara Shelton (“Klara impresses with her strong, humoristic personality and impressive intellect”), Mads Stolberg-Larsen (“as a pioneer within blockchain, Mads has taken a huge role in business development”), Michael Sørensen (“Michael has an analytical rigor, down-to-earth attitude and a constant aim for improvement”) and Morten Kure (“one can always count on Morten to offer his help and deliver results above the bar”). 

Joining the quartet in their expanded responsibilities are: Amanda Arnfred (“without doubt Monitor’s sunshine on a rainy day, always energised”), Ulf Valentin Jensen (“Ulf is Monitor’s innovation wizard”), Cathrine Søgaard Hansen (“Catherine can calmly balance tight deadlines, numerous stakeholders and a complex subject”), Marthe Marie Tangen (“Marthe is very well able to structure, prioritise and challenge co-workers”), and Alexander Vener (“Alexanders possesses exceptional analytical and leadership skills”). 

The promotions come a few months after Monitor Deloitte in Denmark, which is led by Partner Nicolai Hesdorf, added Steen Fellenius to its team. The Director spent the last years as head of Strategy & Business Development and M&A at Nilfisk, and before that worked eight years for Qvartz and two years for McKinsey & Company. 

Aside from Copenhagen, Monitor Deloitte has further Scandinavian offices in Stockholm, Oslo and Helsinki. Globally the consulting firm, formed in 2012 when Deloitte bought Monitor Group – which was co-founded by strategy guru Michael Porter in 1983 in the US – has over 1,500 strategy and management consultants. 

With a value of over €740 million, Denmark’s management consulting industry is the second largest of the Nordics, trailing just Sweden.