BearingPoint appoints four new partners in France

03 July 2020 3 min. read
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BearingPoint has appointed four new partners in France, one of the firm’s larger divisions on the continent. 

Jean-Charles Chevalier has been with BearingPoint since 2008, having previously worked in finance at Mazars for three years. He specialises in strategy, organisational transformation, performance improvement, large-scale transformation, innovation and mergers & acquisitions, with a focus on post-merger integration.

Chevalier co-leads BearingPoint’s Strategy & Transformation practice in France, and works mainly for clients in the hospitality, telecom, healthcare, retail, manufacturing, food & beverage, technology and private equity sectors. Meanwhile, Chevalier is also the firm’s partner in charge of the Accor account, with around 4,900 hotels one of the world’s larger hotel groups and a long standing BearingPoint customer.Jean-Charles Chevalier, Janice Spindler, Chrystel Dierking and Thomas Pinel - BearingPointJanice Spindler joined the European-origin consulting firm straight from graduation in 2005, ascending the ranks to her current role of partner in the Consumer Goods and Retail practice. She supports retailers and brands – department stores, apparel & footwear, grocers, mixed retailers, home improvement stores, health & beauty and culture & multimedia retailers – with business transformation, the development of new business models, ecommerce, operations, process improvement and digitisation. 

As a retail expert, Spindler also supports other industries (retail banking, telecom, etc.) with related matters, such as customer management, distribution network strategies, ‘point of sale’ concepts and ecommerce. 

Chrystel Dierking has been with BearingPoint for nearly six years now, and previously worked eight years at two Big Four firms – Deloitte and PwC – in audit, financial management and transactions services, as well as in industry at Fnogec and Kraft Foods, where she held leadership roles in the finance function. 

At BearingPoint, she specialises in CFO services, helping finance leaders with transforming their financial function spanning among others finance operations, performance management, risk & compliance and reporting. She has in the past years led several cross functional (HR, Supply Chain, Procurement) and cross boarder (Europe, Asia) programmes. 

The fourth new partner based in Paris is Thomas Pinel. The 18-year company veteran specialises in customer relationship management (CRM), including both the business side of CRM change as well as the technology side. Pinel specialises in Salesforce services, leveraging BearingPoint’s Platinum Consulting Partner footprint to help companies advance and automate their sales & marketing, account management and sales delivery.

Not too long ago, BearingPoint was named one of France’s top management consulting firms to work for.