Emmanuel Austruy and Romary Barbey partner at BCG Paris

26 February 2020 Consultancy.eu 2 min. read
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Boston Consulting Group (BCG) has appointed two new partners in its Paris office: Emmanuel Austruy and Romary Barbey.

Emmanuel Austruy has been with the global strategy and management consulting firm in Paris for 2.5 years, having previously worked for Roland Berger for nearly a decade and three years for Capgemini Invent. At Boston Consulting Group, he is a partner in the firm’s Energy and Private Equity practices. 

Throughout his career he has contributed to more than 100 consulting projects in the energy & utilities, water and waste sectors, serving clients in Europe and beyond. Austruy has gained extensive experience with strategy, due diligence work (buy-side and sell-side), business model design, post-merger integration, performance improvement, risk management, procurement, smart energy and sustainability.

Prior to working in the management consulting industry, Austruy began his career at energy company Poweo (now part of French group Total), after completing his studies in Engineering at ESME-Sudria. 

Emmanuel Austruy and Romary Barbey - BCG

Romary Barbey has been with Boston Consulting Group his entire career, having rapidly ascended the ranks from associate to now partner. He is a member of the firm’s Financial Services practice and is affiliated with DigitalBCG, the consulting firm's digital strategy centre overseeing subsidiaries such as BCG Digital Ventures, BCG Gamma and BCG Platinion. 

BCG has been active in France since 1973. Today, its Paris office is one of the largest in its global network of 90+ offices worldwide. BCG Paris is led by Country Managing Partner Guillaume Charlin and around 50 partners, who guide a team of approximately 400 consultants and staff.

Earlier this month BCG France revealed that it is moving into a new office – the former headquarters of car giant Peugeot – in the fourth quarter of 2022.