Bain & Company adds three partners in the Middle East

09 July 2020 Consultancy-me.com

The Middle East wing of global strategic consulting firm Bain & Company has added three partners to its partnership.

Eric Guraieb is a part of Bain & Company's Energy & Natural Resources and Performance Improvement practices. His focus lies in R&D and innovation, economic development, as well as advising regional leaders in the oil & gas industry on national energy policies in the Middle East.

He also has expertise in advising clients on new business ventures, strategy and operation performance improvement. He holds a broad base of consulting expertise acquired in North America and the Middle East, mainly in the industrial sector, focused on energy, infrastructure and manufacturing.

Guraieb holds an MBA from INSEAD and a bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering from Concordia University in Montreal, Canada. He is based in Dubai.

Eric Guraieb, Anne-Laure Malauzat, Sami Abdul Rahman - Bain & Company

Anne-Laure Malauzat is a member of the Retail, Consumer Products and Social and Public Sector practices of Bain & Company. She leads Bain Social Impact and co-chairs Women@Bain in the Middle East.

Malauzat is an expert in turnaround and growth strategy, performance improvement, distribution and sales enhancements, customer experience transformations and commercial due diligence. She has worked with a range of private sector clients in retail, consumer products, real estate, financial services and pharmaceuticals.

The Dubai-based partner has also led projects for public sector organizations around national socioeconomic development, vision planning, government transformation, education, entrepreneurship, workforce planning and innovation

Sami Abdul Rahman is a core member of Bain's Public Sector and Results Delivery practices with over ten years of experience advising clients across key Middle Eastern markets.

He specialises in working with governments and ministries on critical topics such as national transformation, national and regional economic development, culture, tourism, sustainability and food security.

Abdul Rahman joined Bain in October 2015 from rival Oliver Wyman. Before that, he worked nearly four years for fellow MBB major McKinsey & Company, having completed his studies in the US (uburn University) and Lebanon (American University of Beirut).

At Bain, Abdul Rahman works from the firm’s offices in Riyadh and Dubai.

Early 2020, Bain & Company admitted four of its senior advisors in the Middle East into its partnership. The management consulting firm currently has around 25 partners across its offices in Dubai, Saudi Arabia and Qatar, and is led by the Belgian Tom De Waele.


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