Eurogroup Consulting promotes four to principal in Germany

05 October 2023 2 min. read

Eurogroup Consulting has promoted four of its company members in Germany to principal level.

Falling together with his two-year anniversary at Eurogroup Consulting, Sefedin Ali Mpassi advises financial services providers (mainly banks) with building a streamlined and optimised commercial organisation. He specialises in the standardisation and automation of sales functions and processes.

Prior to joining Eurogroup Consulting in its Frankfurt office, he worked at local German consultancy ProFido Beratung.

Eurogroup Consulting promotes four to principal in Germany

Neslihan Poos has been with Eurogroup Consulting for sixteen years. She advises clients including banks and IT service providers on topics such as the setup of new operating models, business transformation, and performance improvement.

Sebastian Sarta has been with the consulting firm since 2016. He advises clients in the financial services sector on strategy development, process management systems, processes optimisation, audit, risk management, and digital transformation.

Frank Schäfer is a specialist in the areas of cost management, efficiency enhancement, and performance improvement. A member of Eurogroup Consulting’s financial services practice, he also supports clients with change management processes and executive coaching.

Prior to Eurogroup Consulting, he spent years in banking and fifteen years at zen consulting.

A company milestone

Earlier this year, ownership of Eurogroup Consulting in Germany was transferred from company founder Hans-Dieter Krönung to a number of equity partners. Norman Weisser, one of the equity partners, said that the move marked a significant milestone in the company’s history. “It underlines the confidence we have in the firm’s business and future.”

Eurogroup Consulting is a member of Nextcontinent, an international network of like-minded management consultancies. Together the 12 members of Nextcontinent have over 3,000 professionals in 30 countries, providing a boutique alternative to the large global consulting groups such as the Big Four.