Christian Kaspar and Christian von Tschirschky join Strategy&

11 October 2021 2 min. read
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PwC’s strategy consulting outfit Strategy& has strengthened its partner team in German with lifelong consultants Christian Kaspar and Christian von Tschirschky. 

The 45-year-old Christian Kaspar joins Strategy& from Accenture, where he was a partner and global leader of the Technology Strategy Life Sciences practice, and DACH leader of the Applied Intelligence practice. Prior to his decade at Accenture, Kaspar served Capgemini Invent (then: Capgemini Consulting) and worked in scientific research at the University of Auckland in New Zealand. 

At Strategy&, Kaspar is a member of the Pharma & Life Sciences division, based in the Munich office. He will focus on helping clients in the pharmaceutical, medtech and healthcare industries with a range of strategic IT services, including IT transformation, technology innovation, and the application of data science and artificial intelligence technologies. 

Christian Kaspar and Christian von Tschirschky, Strategy&

The 50-year-old Christian von Tschirschky strengthens the partnership of the Energy, Utilities and Resources practice. He joins the strategy consultancy from EY, where he worked for eight years, latterly was a regional leader of the Energy & Assets Consulting practice. Before that, he worked for two strategy consultancies: Roland Berger and Kearney.

At Roland Berger, he was a partner in the Power & Utilities practice, and one of the founding members of the firm’s office in Dubai. At Kearney (then: A.T. Kearney), he spent thirteen years, growing the ranks to Principal while serving the firm across its office in Germany, the US and the United Arab Emirates. 

Based out of Strategy&’s Munich office, Von Tschirschky advises clients in the DACH and MENA regions on the topics of energy transformation, technology and business processes. He also has extensive expertise in merger & acquisition and post-merger integration projects.