Benedikt Frank and Enzio Reincke partner at Kearney Germany

10 July 2020 1 min. read
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Global management consulting firm Kearney has promoted Benedikt Frank and Enzio Reincke to partner. 

Both Frank and Reincke have been with the consulting firm for nearly a decade, based in the DACH region of Germany, Austria and Switzerland. “I am very pleased that Benedikt and Enzio, two proven experts in the field of strategic operations, have joined our partnership,” said Martin Eisenhut, a partner at Kearney and managing director of the DACH region.

37-year old Benedikt Frank is a partner in the Energy and Process Industries practice of Kearney, specialised in large scale transformations and operations, in particular network optimisation and production excellence. He works mainly for multinationals and clients in industrial sectors, and for private equity firms. He is based in Kearney’s Munich office.Benedikt Frank and Enzio ReinckePrior to joining Kearney in 2010, he founded a start-up providing software as a service (SaaS). He holds a PhD from the Max-Planck-Institute for biophysical chemistry and a Master in Natural Sciences from the University of Cambridge. 

41-year-old Enzio Reincke specialises in helping private equity firms with optimising the value of their portfolios, with a focus on operations, procurement, digitisation and synergy creation. Berlin-based Reincke has been with the management consulting firm since 2011. Before that he worked around six years for German investment banking firm Droege Group and British pharmaceuticals giant AstraZeneca. 

Reincke graduated in business administration at the universities of Passau, Budapest and Hamburg, and holds a PhD from Otto Beisheim School of Management. 

The partner appointments in Germany are part of a global intake of 24 new partners globally, including Kate Hart in Australia, and Anshuman Sinha in India.