Kearney appointed five new associate partners in DACH team

29 March 2022 2 min. read

Global management consulting firm Kearney has appointed five new associate partners in its DACH team.

Hannes Schneider joined Kearney in 2013 having previously gained experience at BNP Paribas. He focuses on the telecommunications industry, working with executives on the full CFO agenda (finance transformation, benchmarking, cost transformation, operations efficiency, and skills management).

In addition, Schneider advises clients on sustainability and diversity, equity and inclusion projects at clients.

Kearney appointed five new associate partners in German team

Philip Wessely has been with Kearney since 2010, and specializes in complex transformations of value creation networks, network strategy, increasing efficiency and performance in the supply chain and production, and Industry 4.0.

His focus is on clients in the consumer goods and pharmaceutical industries.

Both Schneider and Wessely are based in Switzerland, operating out of Kearney’s Zurich office.

Sabine Spittler is an associate partner in Kearney’s Digital Transformation practice and works primarily with companies in the consumer goods and retail industry to shape strategy, business models and organization for the future in a digitized world. She has been with Kearney since 2014.

Jan Mingo has been with Kearney since the start of 2015, having previously gained internship experience at Daimler and Roland Berger. A member of the firm’s private equity and industrial practices, Mingo advises companies on transactions (due diligence and deals support) and strategic transformations.

Mingo works primarily in the areas of Infrastructure, automotive and mobility, in Germany and internationally.

Dominik Leisinger has been with Kearney since early 2020. He specializes in operations and performance improvement in product-oriented environments. In addition, he focuses on cost-cutting projects, especially for clients in the mechanical engineering, automotive and high-tech sectors.

Prior to Kearney, Leisinger worked as managing director for a boutique consulting firm and spent seven years at German car manufacturer Daimler.

The latter trio of new associate partners are based in the Berlin and Düsseldorf offices.

Commenting on the appointments, Martin Eisenhut, Senior Partner and Managing Director of Kearney in the DACH region, said: “Our five new associate partners bring a well-rounded mix of different expertise and qualities to our management team. We are delighted to welcome them.”