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Eric Kronenberg is AlixPartners’ new MD

Jan 30
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Eric Kronenberg is AlixPartners’ new MD

AlixPartners has announced that Eric Kronenberg has joined the firm’s global Enterprise Improvement Group as a managing director.

Mr Kronenberg, who comes to the firm from Booz & Company, has extensive experience in aerospace and defence, as well as in managing complex development and production programmes in other industries.

He also has a background in reducing military and space platform costs. In addition to this, he has considerable experience in improving the efficiency and effectiveness of companies in such areas as research and development, business capture, programme management, supply-chain management and operations.

Mr Kronenberg also has a wealth of knowledge from in the maritime, space and air sectors. He has been involved in mergers and acquisitions, providing due diligence and post-acquisition restructuring support.

Fred Crawford, chief executive officer of AlixPartners, said: “Eric is a professional with impressive credentials and experience, who will bring added depth to our global aerospace and defence offering as well as to other offerings. His hiring is yet another example of our impressive growth of late.”

In response to his appointment, Mr Kronenberg said: “I’m thrilled to be joining AlixPartners, a firm renowned for its results-orientation. I look forward to working with the AlixPartners team globally to bring all-new levels of results to our clients.”

He will work closely with Eric Bernardini, the UK-based managing director at AlixPartners and global leader of the firm’s Aerospace and Defence Practice. Mr Bernardini said he is delighted to have be working with somebody with a wealth of experience and knowledge.

Before Mr Kronenberg joined Booz & Company in 1996, he worked as a defence consultant at the Institute for Defence Analyses. 

His role involved evaluating the operational effectiveness of major weapon systems for the US, including the FGM-148 Javelin anti-tank missile, the MGM-140 Army Tactical Missile System and the terrain-following radar for the Combat Talon.

Prior to that he spent several years at K Partners analysing electric-utility stocks. He obtained a PhD in theoretical nuclear physics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Mr Kronenberg also has an MBA from Columbia Business School in New York and a bachelor’s degree in physics from Brown University.

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