Oliver Wyman promotes three partners in Frankfurt office

04 December 2019 Consultancy.eu 2 min. read
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Oliver Wyman has promoted three new partners in Germany: Andreas Nienhaus, Stefan Schwengler and Kamil Kaczmarski. All three are based in the Frankfurt office. 

Andreas Nienhaus is a partner in the firm’s Automotive and Manufacturing practice, focusing on automotive clients. He specialises in digital transformation, especially in the field of automotive sales and aftersales, and in business model design and operating model optimisation.

Alongside working with large automotive players and original equipment manufactuers, Nienhaus is also involved in creating and facilitating change in the broader mobility space, working with mobility service providers and mobility start-ups.

“The automotive industry is currently exhibiting fundamental changes, forcing OEMs to think differently about customer interaction and value creation. Meanwhile, the classic concept of cars, owned by individuals and used for commuting from A to B is actively challenged by new mobility solutions, digital services and connectivity concepts. It’s a very exciting time and I am grateful to be part of it,” said Nienhaus, who joined Oliver Wyman in 2007 following graduation.Andreas Nienhaus, Stefan Schwengler and Kamil Kaczmarski - Oliver WymanKamil Kaczmarski joined Oliver Wyman at the end of 2010, and works in the firm’s Wealth and Asset Management service line, part of the Financial Services practice. He has extensive project experience in strategic advisory to leading asset & wealth managers, private banks and institutional investors, advising mainly on growth, alternative investments and risk & regulation.

Stefan Schwengler has been with Oliver Wyman for a decade now, having joined the management consulting firm in 2009. He is a partner in the firm’s Financial Services practice, with a focus on the banking sector. His expertise lies in topic including risk management, cost reduction, corporate finance, stress testing, asset & liability management and treasury.

Commenting on the promotions, Gökhan Öztürk, leader of Oliver Wyman’s Frankfurt office, said, “I am proud that Kamil, Stefan and Andreas are joining our leadership team. I congratulate them on their well-deserved accomplishment.”

The German division of Oliver Wyman is led by Kai Bender, who succeeded Finja Kütz last year.