Bruno de Saint-Florent and Fabien Delon join Monitor Deloitte

24 July 2020 2 min. read
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Monitor Deloitte has strengthened its Financial Services practice in France with the hire of two new partners, who both bring a tier-one consulting background to Deloitte’s strategy consulting arm. 

The 55-year-old Bruno de Saint-Florent has been appointed Head of Monitor Deloitte’s Financial Services arm, responsible for leading its client management, business development, internal practice development, as well as cooperation with Deloitte’s wider advisory community spanning Deloitte Consulting, Deloitte Digital and Deloitte Financial Advisory. 

Prior to joining Deloitte, De Saint-Florent was a partner at Oliver Wyman, where he among others led the Financial Services practice in France, and from 2018 onwards held a European role at the consultancy. Before that, he worked a decade for Boston Consulting Group, latterly as a partner and managing director. Earlier in his career, he served Mercer Management Consulting, the predecessor of Oliver Wyman. 

De Saint-Florent advises banks, insurance companies and asset managers on business model optimisation, organisational transformation and risk & compliance. He also has worked for regulators and public authorities on issues such as the implementation of new regulations and industry governance. 

Bruno de Saint-Florent and Fabien Delon, Monitor Deloitte

The second new partner, the 49-year-old Fabien Delon, joins from EY, where he led the firm’s Strategy and Customer practice for the EMEIA region. Prior to his six years at the Big Four firm, he spent eight years at Bain & Company in its Paris office (latterly as a partner in its Financial Services wing), and served the French arm of UK-headquartered OC&C Strategy Consultants

Earlier, he worked for Mercer Management Consulting (now Oliver Wyman) and Arthur Andersen, where he began his career. 

Delon specialises in strategy development, commercial effectiveness, operational efficiency and performance improvement, cost reductions and large scale digital transformation. He also has supported several French and European banks in their international development and expansion strategies as well as with post-merger integration. 

With the duo appointment, Monitor Deloitte now has around ten partners in France. Two of these partners joined the firm last year: Mathieu Colas and Hélène Chaplain.