Protiviti opens offices in Berlin, Dusseldorf and Zurich

20 March 2020 2 min. read

Global consulting firm Protiviti has bolstered its European footprint with the addition of new offices in Berlin, Dusseldorf and Zurich.

The trio of new hubs have been launched in response to growing demand for the firm’s services in the German speaking countries of Germany, Austria and Switzerland, known as DACH. The consulting firm already had two offices in Germany, in Munich and Frankfurt am Main, with the move lifting its footprint to five in DACH and thirteen across mainland Europe and eighteen including the United Kingdom. 

Commenting on the expansion, Andrew Clinton, executive vice president of international operations said, “Our expansion in Europe reflects the dynamic nature of the business and regulatory environment there.”

“We’re committed to expanding our resources in the region to ensure we can continue providing the expertise and insights our growing number of clients need to be compliant, stay ahead of business disruption, transform and face other complex issues in today’s marketplace with confidence.”

Protiviti opens offices in Berlin, Dusseldorf and Zurich

Protiviti works mainly for multinationals – 60% of Fortune 1000 and 35% of Fortune Global 500 companies – and for large companies in the region, helping them with a range of services including financial management, internal audit, risk management, data & analytics and cybersecurity.

The freshly established German offices in Dusseldorf and Berlin are led by Protiviti’s Country Market Leaders Alix Weikhard and Boris Walther. Both have been with the US-headquartered consulting firm, a subsidiary of stock listed recruitment giant Robert Half, for fourteen years. 

The locale in Zurich is led by Country Market Leader for Switzerland Milena Danielsen. She has been with the firm for ten months, having previously served PwC as Head of Transformation and Chief of Staff for its Financial Services practice in Europe. Prior to that, Danielsen working for Julius Baer and thirteen years for consultancies Business Integration Consulting and Accenture. 

Globally, Protiviti generates revenues of $1 billion and has 80+ offices in over 25 countries.