Boston Consulting Group appoints seven partners in Germany

16 December 2019 3 min. read

Global strategy and management consulting giant Boston Consulting Group has per the 1st of January 2020 appointed seven new partners in Germany.

Oliver Kude (41) has been working in the firm’s Stuttgart BCG office since 2012, also serving the firm’s New York locale as part of a one-year office transfer. He is an expert in banking and technology with a focus on digital transformation. Prior to joining BCG, Kude spent six years with SAP and Accenture.

Jonathan Brown (38) has been with BCG since 2007, and is currently based in the firm’s Hamburg office, having previously worked for BCG in India and the United States. He specialises in operations, mechanical engineering and digitisation, with a focus on clients in the industrial goods, chemicals, consumer products, and energy sectors. 

Florian Fischer (40) has been working in the Frankfurt office of Boston Consulting Group since 2010 and is an expert in the financial services sector with a focus on wholesale banking and transactions. Fischer holds a degree in economics from the FernUniversität Hagen and a PhD in mechanics from the TU Darmstadt.Oliver Kude, Jonathan Brown, Florian Fischer, Manuel Kallies, Sabrina Kristic, Andrej Levin and Peter Wiedenhoff- BCG

Manuel Kallies (35) is based in Berlin and is expert in corporate finance and turnaround & restructuring, with a focus on clients in the industrial goods sector. He has been working for BCG’s German arm since 2009, and holds a degree in Economics from the University of Mannheim. 

Sabrina Kristic (34) joined BCG a decade ago, after previously gaining internship experience at rivals McKinsey & Company and Roland Berger. The Frankfurt-based partner is an expert in healthcare, specialising in pharmaceutical companies, pharmaceutical wholesalers and pharmacies.

Andrej Levin (33) works in BCG’s Hamburg office. He is a member of BCG's Industrial Goods and Automotive practices, and leads the firm’s Digital, Big Data and Advanced Analytics in Automotive knowledge line. He is an expert in the automotive sector and specialises in sales strategies and mobility solutions.

Peter Wiedenhoff (40) is an expert in the automotive industry with a focus on light commercial vehicles, trucks and buses. He helps clients in these sector with strategy, transformation and global growth. Wiedenhoff has been working at the consultancy since 2006 and is based in Munich.

The intake of the septet in Germany is part of a global raft of new partners at BCG, 101 in total. In Germany, BCG operates from offices in Berlin, München, Stuttgart, Köln, Hamburg, Düsseldorf and Frankfurt.