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- 21 January 2011
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Chappuis Halder & Co is unquestionably one of the most impressive recent successes. For a mere four years ago this company existed only through its name, exhumed in 2010 by an ambitious team of partners, mainly from management consulting and the financial services industry.
Positioned exclusively on financial services and commodities, the company aims – currently under the guise of humor – to become the new Oliver Wyman (read: a reference in specialized consulting to financial institutions with a global presence and approach). To get there, the company will need to undertake a bit of structuring.
A Swiss branding, with partners of French origin and 50 consultants in the Paris office, CH & Cie numbers 60% of its workforce internationally (about 120 consultants in total) with offices in London, Geneva, Hong Kong, Singapore, New York and Montreal. Rather unusual for such a young company.
Growth ambitions are significant (+40% for 2014, in Paris and in the rest of the world), coming on the heels of 70% growth in 2013!
The company recently absorbed a consulting firm specializing in private banking in Geneva and Singapore (Newtone) and remains on the lookout for targets, notably in the US and London.
Today, CH & Cie has a rather generalist position on financial services: revenue enhancement, risk management, process transformation, operational efficiency, digital strategy. Not only strategy consulting but also a positioning that tends to come closer and closer to general management. Worth noting: a department dedicated to risk modeling and Big Data: Global Research and Analytics.
To sustain its growth, Chappuis Halder is seeking consultants with good diplomas motivated by one of the most ambitious projects of the moment.
The partners in Paris:
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