Oliver Wyman promotes seven partners in Germany

28 January 2020 Consultancy.eu 2 min. read
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Oliver Wyman has at the start of this year appointed seven new partners in Germany.

In Berlin, Enno Behrens and Jens von Wedel have been promoted to partner level. Behrens is part of the firm’s Financial Services practice, and specialises in corporate structuring, asset management restructuring and business transformation, with a focus on the banking segment. 

Von Wedel has been with the global management consulting firm for thirteen years now, and is a partner in the Retail and Consumer Goods practice. He focuses on commercial effectiveness, with a particular focus on revenue management and trade-spend management. In Germany, he also leads Oliver Wyman’s revenue management tools and analytics team. 

Oliver Wyman promotes seven partners in Germany

The Frankfurt office saw three new partners admitted into its partnership: Andreas Nienhaus, Kamil Kaczmarski and Stefan Schwengler. The latter has been with Oliver Wyman for a decade, and is a member of the Financial Services practice. He focuses on among others corporate finance, risk management, stress testing, asset & liability management and treasury.

Kaczmarski joined Oliver Wyman ten years ago, and works in the firm’s Wealth and Asset Management service line, part of the Financial Services practice. A partner in Oliver Wyman’s Automotive practice, Nienhaus helps clients with digital transformation, business model design, operating model optimisation and sales and aftersales. 

Meanwhile, Johannes Berking and Hendrik Willenbruch have been elevated to partner in Hamburg and Munich respectively. Berking has been with the firm for thirteen years, and previously held brief intern stints at BMW, Daimler and Arthur D. Little. He is a partner in the Automotive and Operations practices, advising car manufacturers and suppliers with strategic realignments, production, purchasing and operational improvement. 

Willenbruch joined the consultancy in 2010, after previously working for Microsoft for four years. He has two areas of expertise: helping clients across industries with IT strategy and the implementation of digital transformation programs, and advising software, high-tech and IT service companies on business transformation. He is part of the firm’s Telecommunications, Media and Technology practice.