- The consultancy elects 15 new members in Germany, France, the Middle East region, Qatar, Singapore, the UK, Ukraine and the USA
- 10 Partners move up to senior level
Munich, January 2019: At their regular meeting in Barcelona, Roland Berger's international partnership elected 15 new Partners. 10 Partners were promoted to Senior Partner level.
15 new Partners elected
The 15 new Roland Berger Partners will support the company's growth in markets around the globe. Christian Böhler, Ulrich Kleipass, Adrian Pielken and Volker Rothfuss have been appointed Partner in Germany. Two new Partners each have been appointed to the teams in the Middle East and in the Netherlands: Frank Schrijver and Sjors van der Zee, along with Johannes Distler and Hani Tohme. Further, Kai Balder and Hrishikesh Potey were added to the partnership in the UK. Viktoriya Bondarets (Ukraine), Truong Bui (Singapore), Stephan Essig (Qatar), Christian Heinis (France) and Konstantin Shirokinskiy (USA) complete the lineup.
10 members of the partnership promoted to Senior Partner
Beyond the new Partners, Roland Berger also promoted Tom Gellrich, Jan-Philipp Hasenberg, Uwe Hörmann, Alexander Müller and Benedikt Rickmers to Senior Partners at Roland Berger in Germany. Adding to their number, Brandon Boyle (USA), Eric Kirstetter (France), Yuzuru Ohashi (Japan), Grégoire Tondreau (Belgium) and Ron Zheng (China) also move up to Senior Partner level.
Roland Berger, founded in 1967, is the only leading global consultancy of German heritage and European origin. With 2,400 employees working from 35 countries, we have successful operations in all major international markets. Our 52 offices are located in the key global business hubs. The consultancy is an independent partnership owned exclusively by 230 Partners.