Roland Berger adds four new partners to German partnership

09 February 2021 3 min. read
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Global strategy consulting firm Roland Berger has appointed four new partners in Germany. Lennart Bösch and Marc Hesse have been promoted into the partnership, Dennis Bücker and Maximilian Dressler have been hired externally.

Lennart Bösch has been with Roland Berger since 2019, when he re-joined the consulting firm following a spell at French-German startup as an executive. Previously, Bösch worked between 2010 and 2017 for Roland Berger.

A member of the firm’s Life Sciences practice, Bösch has an extensive track record working with pharmaceutical companies as well as physician chains on topics including strategic planning, market access, organisational and commercialisation strategies, and digital innovation.

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Marc Hesse has been with Roland Berger for over a decade, having previously served L.E.K. Consulting. A partner in the firm’s Restructuring, Performance, Transformation & Transaction practice, Hesse has experience in a broad range of industries under his belt, with a focus on industrial products & services, automotive and consumer goods.

Munich-based Hesse focuses on the evaluation of investment opportunities (commercial due diligence, target screening), value creation (strategy development, buy-and-build, synergy identification, cost reduction measures) as well as exit support (vendor commercial due diligence, equity story) for corporate and private equity clients.

Dennis Bücker re-joins Roland Berger as a partner in its Restructuring practice. He first joined the consultancy in 2010, having previously served M&A specialist Clearwater International and KPMG in its Transactions & Restructuring practice. He then had two more spells at the firm, interrupted by a period as CEO of food & beverage company Wein & Vinos and most recently, Managing Director of LeanOne. 

During his career he has built extensive expertise in performance improvement and restructuring, supporting global and national organisations in strategic realignment, financing, reorganisation and cost cutting, and process restructuring. Bücker is based in Roland Berger’s Berlin office. 

Maximilian Dressler is a partner in Roland Berger's Restructuring, Performance, Transformation & Transaction team. Before joining the firm at the start of the year, he was a member of PwC’s Business Recovery team in Germany, specialising in insolvency consulting, solvent liquidation, and financial restructuring. 

Dressler has worked on multiple complex global restructuring and insolvency proceedings and was directly involved in aiding a range of companies, including Japanese, US Fortune 500, Malaysian, and UK corporations, with their insolvency endeavours in the German market. A tax lawyer by background, Dressler is based in Munich. 

Meanwhile, in the same year start promotion round, Roland Berger elevated four of its partners in Germany – Per Breuer, Matthias Holzamer, Peter Magunia and Matthias Rückriegel – to senior partner level.

Globally, Roland Berger has by 250 partners, who collectively lead over 2,400 consultants and staff.