BearingPoint welcomes 13 new partners to its leadership

01 July 2021 Consultancy.eu 4 min. read

European-origin consultancy BearingPoint has admitted thirteen new members to its partnership, including eight partners in the firm’s powerhouse market of Germany.

The intake of thirteen partners demonstrates in the eyes of managing partner Kiumars Hamidian the firm’s resilience during the pandemic, as well as BearingPoint’s strategy to put people development at its core. “These promotions underline the firm’s ongoing success and the ambitions defined in our new strategy (‘Strategy 2025’).” 

BearingPoint is a private-held partnership with offices in 25+ offices in Europe, and several offices in the Middle East, Asia Pacific and North America. The firm’s partners are all equity members responsible for a part of the business, and jointly lead a team of around 4,800 consultants and staff.

Jan-Peter Baas, Sven Gerhardus, Annekatrin Mohr, Alexander Odenthal, Christian Opitz, Stefan Savu, Manuel Schuler, Melanie Tobler, Franck Charlouty, Séverin de Crémiers, Paul Monnier, Bjorn Ahlgren, Thomas Bagley

A round-up of BearingPoint’s latest batch of new partners:

Germany


Jan-Peter Baas

Office: Frankfurt
With BearingPoint since: 2004
Business focus: Government and public sector, specialised in IT architecture and software development

Sven Gerhardus
Office: Dusseldorf
With BearingPoint since: 2011
Business focus: Insurance with specific expertise in customer management (marketing, sales, service) and Salesforce and BSI CRM implementation

Annekatrin Mohr
Office: Frankfurt
With BearingPoint since: 2018
Business focus: Digital customer management solutions for clients from the consumer goods and retail industry

Alexander Odenthal
Office: Dusseldorf
With BearingPoint since: 2005
Business focus: Finance transformation, financial risk and corporate treasury

Christian Opitz
Office: Frankfurt
With BearingPoint since: 2008
Business focus: Cross-industry with a strong footprint in the consumer goods industries; specific expertise in combining management consulting projects with large ERP and process transformation programs

Stefan Savu
Office: Walldorf
With BearingPoint since: 2006
Business focus: Chemicals, life science and resources; specialised in logistics and large-scale SAP transformation projects

Manuel Schuler
Office: Frankfurt
With BearingPoint since: 2007
Business focus: Digital and Strategy topics in the automotive industry with a specific focus on digital services, connectivity, new business models and customer experience

Melanie Tobler
Office: Munich
With BearingPoint since: 2007
Business focus: Working on large-scale SAP transformation programs in the automotive industry with a specific focus on preseries, logistics, and finance integration.

France


Franck Charlouty

Office: Paris
With BearingPoint since: 2004
Business focus: Advises clients in the utilities, electricity and gas sectors on climate change, transformation and operations.

Séverin de Crémiers
Office: Paris
With BearingPoint since: 2005
Business focus: Helps government and public sector clients with their journey toward more citizen-centric and agile ways of delivering public services

Paul Monnier
Office: Paris
With BearingPoint since: 2007
Business focus: Technology, specialised in IT Infrastructure, operations advisory, IT sourcing, cloud and emerging technologies

Nordics


Bjorn Ahlgren

Office: Stockholm
With BearingPoint since: 2008
Business focus: Supports clients in the consumer goods and retail sectors with a range of management consultancy offerings

Thomas Bagley
Office: Oslo
With BearingPoint since: 2018
Business focus: As head of M&A within BearingPoint he advises clients in the technology and software space on deal execution