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Roland Berger Strategy Consultants make new appointments and promotions

Dec 27
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Roland Berger Strategy Consultants have appointed three new partners in China, Russia and Belgium, as well as promoting three existing employees to senior partners.

Dereck Ji joined the firm in 2010 and is now head of Roland Berger’s government and public competence centre in China. He has over 20 years of solid experience in consulting, particularly in areas of urban planning, regional economic development and sustainable tourism.

Mr Ji has supported many governments and corporations and is an expert in process reengineering and performance improvement. Before he joined the company, he worked for PA Consulting Group and China's state-owned corporations, both in mainland China and Hong Kong.

Frank Lateur is the newly appointed partner in the Brussels office. He joined Roland Berger in 2007 after having worked for another leading management consultancy firm. He has a wealth of functional expertise in areas such as business and growth strategies, as well as organisational design.

In addition to this, Mr Lateur has managed many performance improvement programmes, including cost reductions, purchasing and synergy realisations.

Maria Mikhaylenko has been made partner of the construction, infrastructure and transport competence centre in Moscow. She joined the company in 2006, working on major financial services projects.

Ms Mikhaylenko has extensive experience in the construction and real estate industry, as well as in seaports, internal waterways, shipping and shipbuilding, regional development and mega events. Before joining Roland Berger, she worked as a business development manager for  the Telecominvest Group and then for a leading investment company in China, Hong Kong and Vladivostok.

Roland Berger has also promoted Philipp Grosse Kleimann, Thomas Kwasniok and Kai-Stefan Schober to senior partners within the firm.

Mr Grosse Kleimann has been a senior advisor at Roland Berger since 2010 and in 2011 became a partner in the automotive competence centre. Mr Kwasniok has been a partner in the company’s operations strategy, pharma and chemicals competence centre in Düsseldorf since 2007. Finally, Mr Schober joined Roland Berger in 2001 and became partner at the civil economics, energy and infrastructure competence centre in Munich in 2009.

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