Roland Berger promotes 13 new partners across Europe

14 July 2021 1 min. read
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Roland Berger has promoted thirteen new partners across its European offices, as part of a record mid-year intake of new partners worldwide. 

Every year, global strategy consulting firm Roland Berger elects its new partners across two moments – the start of the year and mid-year, when all of the firm’s 250 partners come together to discuss strategy, investments and innovation, as well as changes to leadership and admissions into the partnership. 

The latest global meeting (which took place this weekend) was notably one of the most upbeat in years, on the back of strong results despite the pandemic, explained Stefan Schaible, Roland Berger’s Global Managing Partner. “We already returned to dynamic growth in the summer of 2020 and have picked up even more momentum in recent months. In 2021 we expect double-digit revenue growth and anticipate a record year for the company.” 

Roland Berger promotes 13 new partners across Europe

Alongside discussing the contours of a new, ambitious growth plan (the Board has been tasked with examining growth options including roping in private equity backing and closing acquisitions), a cohort of seventeen new partners have been announced.

In Europe, seven were appointed in home country Germany (Christoph Burckhart, Hanno Dachwitz, Pascal Lehnen, Caroline Merk, Benjamin Rassler, Steffen Thiel and Hannah Zühlke) and two in France (Axelle Lemaire and Baptiste Maisonnier). Completing the thirteen across the continent are: Daria Koroleva (Russia), Ralph Mair (Switzerland), Nicola Morzenti (Italy), and Frederick Van Gysegem (Belgium).

“I congratulate our new partners on their appointment to the partnership and look forward to developing our business further with their input,” concluded Schaible.