EY-Parthenon appoints three new partners in France

23 October 2019 Consultancy.eu 3 min. read
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EY-Parthenon, the strategy consulting arm of Big Four giant EY, has appointed three new partners in France: Pierre Bosquet, Guillaume Bouvard and Jérôme Fabry. 

Pierre Bosquet joined the partnership of EY-Parthenon in Paris from Monitor Deloitte, where he was a partner in the firm’s technology, media & telecommunications (TMT) practice. Previously, he worked ten years for Bain & Company, across the firm’s European (2 years), US (2 years) and Middle-East (5 years) offices. Earlier in his career, Bosquet served consulting firm ZS Associates and worked as an entrepreneur. 

At EY-Parthenon, which formed in France after EY bought the French wing of OC&C Strategy Consultants, Bosquet focuses on clients in the high-tech (Intent of Things, software, semiconductors, data centers), telecom (telecom operators, infrastructure providers) and digital sectors. He specialises in strategy and business development, mergers & acquisitions and ecosystem development, corporate venturing, sales and marketing and digital transformation.

Pierre Bosquet, Guillaume Bouvard and Jerome Fabry

Making the step to partner alongside Bosquet are two from within EY-Parthenon’s own ranks. Jérôme Fabry has been with the consulting firm since 2017, now being promoted from associate partner to partner. He supports public and non-profit organisations on public policy reform and transformation, with a focus on education, public safety, defense, economic development and smart cities. He specialises in business model design, cost optimisation and digital transformation.

Prior to joining EY-Parthenon, he was a director at Accenture Strategy. Previously, he served the French Prime Minister’s office, and Oliver Wyman, where he spent roughly five years after graduating from ESSEC (École Supérieure des Sciences Economiques et Commerciale) Business School. 

Guillaume Bouvard started his career at OC&C Strategy Consultants in 2005. He transitioned to EY-Parthenon in 2017 as part of the deal, and has now seen his commitment and track record rewarded. As a partner, he leads large engagements in the industrial, construction and business-to-business services sectors. He advises clients on growth strategy projects, including product and services portfolio extension or redesign and new markets entry, and on sales effectiveness, operational excellence, and change management. 

In addition, Bouvard has merger & acquisition experience under his belt, having supported private equity firms and family offices with due diligence work.

Globally, EY-Parthenon has 1,500 professionals across 40-plus offices in 22 countries. With over 20 partners leading a team of 140 consultants, its French office is one of its largest in Europe.