BCG makes seven (senior) partner appointments in France

29 June 2021 1 min. read

Global management consulting firm Boston Consulting Group has unveiled seven senior promotions in its Paris office.

A trio of senior advisors have been promoted to managing director and partner level: Clotilde Bégon-Lours (a member of the Technology, Media and Telecommunications practice), Charlotte Degot (BCG Gamma), and Yves Wetzelsberger (a member of the Industrial Goods practice).

Four managing directors and partners have been promoted to the next level, the equivalent of senior partner at Boston Consulting Group. Olivier Bouffault has been with the consulting firmsince 2005. He was promoted to partner at the age of 33 and currently is the Regional Head of BCG Gamma for Western Europe, South America and Africa.

BCG makes seven (senior) partner appointments in France

Yahya Daraaoui has been with BCG since 2017, when he joined from AlixPartners where he led the French unit. He leads BCG Turn – BCG’s restructuring and turnaround division – in France. 

Frédérik Jobert has been with BCG his entire career, having joined the firm as a junior in 2005. In 2014 he was promoted to partner, and he currently is a leader in the Operations and Energy practices.

Yann Sénant also joined Boston Consulting Group’s Paris office in 2005, and currently is a specialist in the firm’s Financial Services practice. He specialises in particular in payments, wholesale transaction banking and investment banking.

Launched in 1973, BCG has a team of around 400 consultants in France, including some 50 partners and managing directors. 

Earlier this year, BCG in France installed Valérie Chemla as the new leader of its BCG Platinion subsidiary.