Olivier Maltese and Stéphane Loubère join Strategy& France

15 July 2019 Consultancy.eu 2 min. read
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Strategy& has expanded the size of its partner team in France to sixteen, following the hiring of partners Olivier Maltese and Stéphane Loubère.

Olivier Maltese joined Strategy& – the strategy consulting unit of PwC formed after the Big Four firm acquired Booz & Company – in the first quarter of this year from Accenture Strategy. He brings more than two decades of experience in management consulting and transaction services, having previously served Deloitte, latterly as a partner, and EY in the firm's M&A/Post-Merger Integration arm.

From its Paris office, Maltese played an instrumental role in building Deloitte’s French M&A Integration and Separation practice. He served EY in London, where he assisted clients with pre- and post-deal services, and helped private equity houses with buy-side due diligence, portfolio management and post-deal reviews.

At Strategy&, Maltese focuses on clients in the aerospace, defence and heavy industry sectors – his track record in these industries covers over 50 deals for corporates and investment funds.

Olivier Maltese and Stephane Loubere join Strategy& France

Stéphane Loubère also joined Strategy&’s leadership ranks in the first quarter, he focuses on operational excellence and digitisation. He advises clients in the process and engineering intensive industries with large scale transformation, and supports industrial companies with performance improvement and Industry 4.0. 

Prior to joining Strategy&, Loubère served EY as a partner, and before that he held leadership positions at DCNS Consulting and Weave, a Paris-based consultancy which last year was acquired by larger counterpart onepoint. Earlier in his career he worked in industry, and for Capgemini Invent including its predecessor Bossard Consultants for over five years. 

Alongside his consulting work, Loubère is a lecturer in industrial organisation at Sciences-Po Paris and a teacher at the Ecole Nationale Superieure d'Arts & Métiers (ENSAM), the school where he graduated from twenty-five years ago.

The newly hired duo lift Strategy&’s partner team in Paris to sixteen. Other partners are Philippe Loiselet, Pascal Ansart, Gad Azuelos, Walid Bagga, Vincent Barbat, Edouard Bitton, Anne-Sophie Dulong-Nativelle, Alain Galloni, Anne-Lise Glauser, Romain Godard, Laurent Guérin, Pierre Péladeau, Laurent Saint Martin and Benoît Romac.