Roland Berger appoints five new partners in DACH region

10 November 2020 3 min. read

Global strategy consulting firm Roland Berger has added five new members to its partnership in the DACH region of Germany, Austria and Switzerland. 

Niko Herborg has been with Roland Berger his entire career, and has increasingly focused on three topics: strategy (strategy development/business model innovation), performance improvement and turnaround management. Based in Frankfurt, he is a member of Roland Berger’s Restructuring, Performance, Transformation & Transaction practices.

Over the course of his career, he has delivered more than 40 projects across Europe and the Americas, focused on clients in the broadcasting/media, transportation and automotive sectors.

Niko Herborg, Alexander Eppler, Daniel Hirsch, Gundula Pally, Faris Momani

Alexander Eppler has been appointed a partner in Roland Berger's Munich office. He specialises in the development and implementation of restructuring concepts, performance improvement and reorganisations, and is a member of the Restructuring, Performance, Transformation & Transaction practices.

Prior to joining Roland Berger in 2012, he worked for PwC and BDO in the advisory division.

Daniel Hirsch is a partner in the Automotive Competence Center in Stuttgart. He advises clients in production and product development strategies, complexity management and analytics & artificial intelligence. He is focused on mathematical methods, simulations, and optimisation strategies to help clients set up more profitable products in an optimal, flexible and digitised production environment. 

Prior to joining Roland Berger, he worked five years for Deloitte and PA Consulting Group, as an independent consultant and in the automotive industry at Daimler and Volkswagen. 

Gundula Pally joined Roland Berger in the summer, following a gardening leave on the back of a 15-year career at German supply chain consultancy Kerkhoff Consulting. At the firm, she was a partner and managing director of the Austrian division. She specialises in cost and operational efficiency programs in the procurement and supply chain space, working across sectors, including consumer goods, industrial goods and automotive. 

At Roland Berger, Pally is a member of the Operations practice and Co-Managing Partner of the Vienna office.

Faris Momani has been appointed a partner in the Consumer Goods and Retail practice, having already been a senior advisor to the firm since the start of 2019. Momani is an expert in the retail, beauty, fashion and apparel markets, having previously worked two decades in industry. He most recently served as CEO of Swiss brands Dobi Inter and Navyboot, and was a managing director in LVMH’s German Perfumes and Cosmetics division. 

At Roland Berger, Momani has a specific focus on growth strategies, sales and marketing, omni-channel, e-commerce and retail management. His recent consulting work covers, among others, the successful strategic repositioning of a global sporting goods player and the restructuring of a European shoe brand.

Earlier this year in DACH, Roland Berger added a trio of senior advisors to its Restructuring practice.