Melina Schoen leads UMS Group's German-speaking market

30 June 2021 Consultancy.eu 1 min. read
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International consulting firm UMS Group has promoted Melina Schoen to Managing Consultant Germany, overseeing and leading the German-speaking market and team.

In early 2019 Melina began her career with the global consultancy boutique specialised in asset management for the energy industry, joining the firm’s European headquarters in Amsterdam. During the past years, she contributed to the design and delivery of several asset management projects, with a strong focus on clients in the (green) energy space. 

Her client portfolio stretched from the Middle East, Germany, Italy, The Netherlands, the United Kingdom, and the United States. 

Melina Schoen, Managing Consultant Germany, UMS Group

In addition, Melina is highly involved in UMS Group’s global learning consortia for utilities, one of the firm’s key propositions that facilitates industry players leverage knowledge in a peer-to-peer setting and benchmarking. Being a certified practitioner by the Institute of Asset Management and an endorsed IAM trainer and IAM Assessor, Melina also delivers asset management / ISO 55000 training to our client base. 

“Melina has shown consistent performance in her delivery and increased her knowledge exponentially while providing support and guidance to clients on their journey in the energy transition in relation to asset management,” said Ennio Neumann Senese, Executive Vice President at UMS Group. 

Now at the helm of the German team, Melina has been tasked with expanding the firm’s presence in Europe’s largest mainland consulting market. “Compared to neighbouring countries, the German energy industry is a lagger when it comes to asset management. Together with my team, I aspire to help our German clients with implementing practical asset management systems, supporting their day-to-day operations.” 

“Melina is a highly talented young professional who has proven her content-driven quality with clients and colleagues. This step makes her one of the youngest female leaders in the industry. We are absolutely delighted to see her take on this new role,” continued Ennio.