BearingPoint Promotes 13 New Partners Across Europe


AMSTERDAM–()–Management and technology consultancy BearingPoint announced today that it has internally promoted 13 new Partners across Europe. The promotions underline the firm’s ongoing success and growth and the ambitions defined in its Strategy 2025: put people in the center, outperform the market every year, and be in the top three in chosen areas of expertise.

Kiumars Hamidian, Managing Partner at BearingPoint, said: “It is a real pleasure welcoming 13 new Partners to our Partner-led firm. All of our new Partners have reached this important milestone based on their exceptional abilities, deep industry expertise, and their outstanding commitment to serving our clients. Promoting them is a demonstration of the success of our business, and it reflects our ambition manifested in our Strategy 2025.”

The new Partners at a glance:

Bjorn Ahlgren

Office: Stockholm/Sweden

With BearingPoint since: 2008

Education: Master’s in Industrial Economics

Business focus: Consumer goods and retail

“My ambition is to grow the Consumer Goods and Retail practice and strengthen the BearingPoint market footprint.”

Jan-Peter Baas

Office: Frankfurt/Germany

With BearingPoint since: 2004

Education: University of Applied Sciences, degree in Computer Sciences

Business focus: Government and public sector, specialized in IT architecture and software development

“I am looking forward to strengthening technical consulting and connecting business and IT in order to make innovative, technical solutions easier and more quickly accessible for the business success of our clients.”

Thomas Bagley

Office: Oslo/Norway

With BearingPoint since: 2018

Education: Bachelor’s in Mechanical Engineering and Master’s in Management

Business focus: M&A, cross-industry

“As Partner and head of M&A within BearingPoint Capital, I look forward to continuing to execute on the plan to become the preferred M&A advisor within the technology and software space in Europe.”

Franck Charlouty

Office: Paris/France

With BearingPoint since: 2004

Education: Civil Engineering degree

Business focus: Utilities – electricity / gas

“With climate change, utilities all around the world are facing unprecedented transformations and challenges. Thanks to more than 20 years of experience in the industry, my ambition is to help my French clients tackle those transformations and succeed in their goal to deliver more climate-friendly energy.”

Séverin de Crémiers

Office: Paris/France

With BearingPoint since: 2005

Education: Institute of Political Studies of Paris

Business focus: Government and public sector, Ministries of Economy, Ecology, Agriculture and Education

“With this new role as Partner, I aim to further assist public organizations in their journey toward more citizen-centric, resilient, and agile ways of delivering public services with a strong focus on the well-being of public servants.”

Sven Gerhardus

Office: Dusseldorf/Germany

With BearingPoint since: 2011

Education: Master’s in Business Administration

Business focus: Insurance with specific expertise in customer management (marketing, sales, service) and Salesforce and BSI CRM implementation

“As a Partner, I am committed to supporting our insurance industry clients in their transformation towards customer-centricity. Together with our technology partners, we optimize the customer experience of insurers. I will do everything to further strengthen the position of BearingPoint as the top address for management consulting.”

Annekatrin Mohr

Office: Frankfurt/Germany

With BearingPoint since: 2018

Education: Master’s in Political Sciences

Business focus: Digital customer management solutions for clients from the consumer goods and retail industry

“I aim to deliver innovative and data-driven customer engagement solutions to clients in the consumer goods and retail industry. I am passionate about taking customer-centricity to the next level by combining…

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