Stéphane Charvériat leaves Bain & Company for rival BCG

24 October 2019 Consultancy.eu

Stéphane Charvériat, a fifteen year veteran at Bain & Company and a partner in the firm’s French organisation, has departed the consultancy to join arch-rival Boston Consulting Group.

Charvériat had been a partner at Bain & Company since 2006, admitted into the partnership two years after he joined the strategy consulting firm from A.T. Kearney. In the past fifteen years, Charvériat worked on dozens of strategic and operational transformations, with a focus on clients in the retail sector. 

His experience spans all retail verticals – food retail and food service, department stores, specialty retail, discount retail – and he has led projects across Europe and in emerging geographies, including Brazil, China, South Africa and Russia. Charvériat specialises in strategy (corporate and portfolio strategy, new store/product launch) and performance improvement (category management, procurement, working capital reduction, capex reduction).Stéphane Charvériat leaves Bain & Company for rival BCGThe newly appointed Boston Consulting Group (BCG) partner also has merger & acquisition experience under his belt. He has been involved with several strategic and commercial due diligence projects for corporate buyers and financial sponsors such as private equity groups and family offices.

Charvériat brings over 25 years of strategy consulting experience to BCG. Prior to his eleven years at A.T. Kearney, he worked for two years at Roland Berger in Paris. At BCG, he is a partner in the firm’s Retail practice. Senior European leaders in this practice include Chris Biggs (UK-based), and Javier Seara and Markus Hepp (in Germany), while US-based Rohan Sajdeh is the global leader of the Retail industry group.

Boston Consulting Group has been present in France since 1973, when it launched its Paris office. While BCG is US-headquartered, its Paris office is the firm’s largest office in its network, with a team of 400 consultants, of which 50 are partners. BCG’s Paris office is based in the centre of the city (7th arrondissement) and is led by Guillaume Charlin.