Ravi-François Thillier re-joins Kearney as a partner in France

25 January 2021 Consultancy.eu 2 min. read
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Six years after leaving the firm for a larger consulting firm, Ravi-François Thillier has re-joined Kearney as a partner. 

Thillier first joined the global strategic operations consulting firm at the turn of the century, having previously worked at the French central bank. At the Banque de France, Thillier coordinated several projects in the retail banking and capital markets segments, and was in charge of monitoring a portfolio of around 300 banks nationally. 

He spent fourteen years at Kearney, growing the ranks to Principal level, specialising in strategic planning, cost reduction and operational excellence, mainly in the financial services sector. 

Ravi-François Thillier, Partner, Kearney

In 2014 Thillier joined Accenture Strategy, where he most recently was Head of its Banking practice in France and head of its Payments practice at a European level. With a further six years of consulting experience under his belt, the now 51-year-old has returned to Kearney. 

“We are delighted with Ravi-François returning to our family,” said Nicolas Lioliakis, President of Kearney in France and the firm’s European head of the Financial Services practice. “His experience as a regulator combined with his 20 years of advising large banking and financial companies, strengthens our ability to support our clients with their strategic transformations.” 

At Kearney, Thillier is a partner in the Financial Services practice, as well as a leader in the firm’s Customer Experience and New Business Models practices. His focus will be on helping clients – including players in the retail and private banking, payments, open banking, fintech and mobile banking segments – with strategy, operational efficiency, regulatory & finance and digitisation.

In 2020, Kearney – formerly A.T. Kearney – added a raft of partners to its French leadership team, including Eric Baudson, Guillaume Baril and Nicholas Veg.