Global consulting firm Roland Berger has appointed Ravindra Parankushan as managing partner in India.
Parankushan succeeds Wilfried Aulbur who has moved to the US as senior partner in the automotive practice, the company said in a statement.
Previously, he was chief executive officer for Indian operations of Commonwealth Bank of Australia.
Parankushan also worked as vice president at A.T. Kearney and senior consultant with Bain & Company, according to his LinkedIn profile.
“Roland Berger has had a great start in India and I look forward to building scale for the firm. We will continue to excel in serving automotive, industrial, aerospace and defence clients while building capabilities in the financial services and infrastructure sectors,” said Parankushan.
He holds a degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Mumbai and a master’s in business administration from The Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth in the US.
Roland Berger also promoted Jeffry Jacob as partner and leader of the automotive and industrials practice in India.
“The addition of these verticals, together with Ravi’s experience and leadership, will help us strengthen our position in the Indian market. We will continue to leverage our global network and experience to deliver the best solutions to our clients,” said Jeffry Jacob.
Founded in 1967, Munich-headquartered Roland Berger has 50 offices across the globe. It is owned by 220 partners.
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