Roland Berger AG provides consultancy services. The company offers management consulting from strategic advice to implementation in the areas of new leadership and business models, innovative processes and services, mergers and acquisitions, and private equity and restructuring; and management support on large infrastructure projects. It serves automotive, basic materials, consumer goods and retail, energy and utilities, engineered products/high-tech, banking and insurance, healthcare, medical devices, public sector, pharmaceuticals, private equity, mergers and acquisitions, telco/media/entertainment, and transportation and logistics industries. The company was founded in 1997 and is based i...
Founded in 1997
Roland Berger Announces Executive Appointments
Jul 8 16
At their regular meeting in Berlin, Roland Berger's international partnership elected nine new Partners in Germany, the Netherlands and Japan. Five Partners in Germany, France and Switzerland were promoted to Senior Partner level. New Roland Berger Partners are: Carsten Bock is a Partner in Roland Berger's Operations Strategy Competence Center. He primarily advises clients in the automotive industry, the engineered products and high-tech sector and the consumer goods business. The scope of his consultancy work focuses on IPE (innovation, product optimization and efficient development) alongside production and supply chain management. Clients benefit from his comprehensive industry and consulting expertise mainly in projects to optimize operating processes and in extensive corporate transformations. Prior to joining Roland Berger, Carsten Bock worked as a development engineer for a leading automotive OEM. Alexander Brenner joined Roland Berger in 2005 and is now a Partner in the Automotive Competence Center at the Hamburg office. He advises automotive clients, predominantly passenger and commercial vehicle manufacturers, on strategies for aftersales and financial services. He also focuses on projects in the non-captive market, including work for independent players like spare parts wholesalers. He also specializes in managing megaprojects, mostly in infrastructure and capital-intensive industries. David enjoys guiding extremely complex assignments, projects which often involve numerous stakeholders. Masayuki Igarashi is now a Partner at Roland Berger's Tokyo office. He joined the consultancy in 2013 focusing on projects with Japanese trading companies, industrial machinery manufacturers and engineering firms. He has built up expertise in a broad range of areas including business and marketing strategy, new business development and business due diligence. Prior to joining Roland Berger, he worked for two consulting firms and a major Japanese trading company. Hitoshi Kaise rejoined Roland Berger in 2007 and is now a Partner based in the Tokyo office. An expert in the automotive industry, his project experience spans various areas, ranging from R&D strategies and M&A support to management and marketing strategies. Peter Magunia is a Partner in the Restructuring & Corporate Finance Competence Center at Roland Berger's office in Stuttgart. The focus of his consulting practice lies on the life sciences and healthcare. He began advising hospitals and pharmaceutical companies along with medical devices firms in 2010. Clients benefit from his support on transformation and restructuring projects and in strategy development. Sebastian Steger has worked for Roland Berger since 2006 and is now a Partner in the Financial Services Competence Center in Berlin. An expert in digitization, he supports clients in developing digital business models and digitizing their products and processes, and assists them with the associated transformation measures. The focus of his consulting practice lies on retail and corporate banking and the development bank market. Wilhelm Uffelmann is a Partner in the Consumer Goods & Retail Competence Center in the Munich office, where he has been advising clients in agribusiness and the food industry since 2010. The focus of his consulting activities lies not only on corporate strategy and market entry and sales strategies, but also on procurement, supply chain management, due diligence and restructuring. Thilo Zelt is a Partner in the Civil Economics, Energy & Infrastructure Competence Center in Berlin. An expert in strategy development, reform and transformation topics, digitization and renewable energies, he advises clients in the public sector as well as the infrastructure and energy sectors. Sébastien Amichi joined Roland Berger in 2007 and has been a Partner in the Automotive and Operations Strategy Competence Centers in Paris since 2011. He has 19 years of experience in strategy consulting and focuses on strategy, organization and performance improvement. His assignments include product and technology strategy, engineering organization and efficiency, sales & marketing, due diligence projects as well as purchasing programs and advanced levers. Philipp Angehrn has been a Partner in the Financial Services Competence Center since 2012, where he is responsible for the Swiss business. Prior to joining Roland Berger he spent seven years with a leading international consultancy and five years working for a Swiss private equity boutique. As Managing Partner Switzerland, Philipp Angehrn advises clients from a wide cross-section of industries including financial services, private equity and the healthcare sector, mainly focusing on strategy and restructuring projects. Anne Bioulac has been a Partner at Roland Berger's Paris office since 2012. She worked for a leading management consulting firm before joining Roland Berger in 2006. In her 21-year career, she has focused on telecommunications, media and technology players. For the past two years, Anne has been dedicated to developing Roland Berger's digital offering across industries to support her clients' digital transformation as well as new business model development. Anne is one of the champions of Roland Berger's Terra Numerata™ platform, aiming at gathering the best of digital capabilities. Didier Bréchemier started working for Roland Berger in 2005 and has been a Partner leading the Transportation Competence Center in Paris since 2012, where he also co-leads the consultancy's global aviation business. Didier Bréchemier has broad experience in consulting for international airports and airlines, focusing on strategy and restructuring for incumbent, low-cost and charter carriers. In addition to his extensive knowledge from rail, logistics, mass transport and private equity projects for transportation players, his expertise also extends to capacity optimization, new "low cost" offers, maintenance, crews and ground handling. Fabian Engels is a Partner in the Restructuring & Corporate Finance Competence Center in Berlin, a position he has held since 2014. Having joined Roland Berger in 2006, he has worked across Europe and the Middle East, advising numerous clients on strategy development, post-merger integration (PMI), global transformation and restructuring projects. Fabian Engels is an international expert in the transportation sector – primarily for shipping and shipbuilding. He also has thorough knowledge in the real estate and private equity sectors.