- 21 August 2017
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News that OC&C has seen its entire senior French team move to Parthenon-EY has been responded to with a statement from OC&C to say it has performed a “restructure of its French operations.” It says the office will now be led by a new senior team – one of which includes Philippe Pruneau (a former partner who left the company in December 2016), as well as Henri-Thierry Toutounji and David de Matteis – two French partners who were based in London until now.
According to OC&C, the changes will see the French practice “integrate with the wider OC&C international partnership of 14 offices in nine countries, while maintaining the independent view and deep sector expertise valued by clients.” It claims this will mean there is a “bolstering of its commitment to offer independent management consultancy to the French market.” Managing Partner David Krucik said: “France is, and will remain, a key market for OC&C. Our partners started with, and remain committed, to a vision of independence. The re-launch of our French office will help us to better serve our French clients, continue to challenge established players and grow our activities in France and beyond.”