Oliver Wyman promotes Adeel Kheiri to partner in Dubai

11 January 2021 Consultancy-me.com 2 min. read

Global strategic consulting firm Oliver Wyman has promoted Adeel Kheiri to partner in its Dubai office. 

Adeel Kheiri has been with the consulting firm for over a decade, and now sees his commitment and track record rewarded with admission into the firm’s partnership. He has over 20 years of management consulting and industry experience, and is specialised in strategy, operations and implementation across a diverse range of sectors. 

Most recently, Kheiri worked on engagements in healthcare, education and public policy, helping clients with the formulation of corporate strategies and transformation roadmaps, due diligence of growth opportunities, screening of potential partnerships, delivering operational improvements, and the rollout of complex transformation programs.

Adeel Kheiri, Partner, Oliver Wyman

Prior to joining Oliver Wyman in 2010, Kheiri served OC&C Strategy Consultants (a UK-headquartered international strategy boutique) in Dubai, and Capgemini Invent in the US, where he obtained his Bachelor’s Degree in Finance and MBA from Kellogg School of Management. 

In 2020, Oliver Wyman added a number of partners to its partnership in the Middle East, including Heinz Pley and Manuel Abat Casas, and Andrew Horncastle and Nadim Haddad. The regional division is led by Pedro Oliveira. 

Globally, the $2.1 billion consultancy has 60+ offices in around 30 countries. Oliver Wyman’s four offices in the Middle East are based in Dubai (established in 2005), Abu Dhabi (launched in 2010), Kuwait (founded in 2013 together with a number of local institutions) and Saudi Arabia (established in 2010).

“We have a broad range of skill set and expertise and a solid history of supporting the region in a variety of assignments, including growth development, reorganisation, turnaround strategies and most recently implementation. Our industry focus includes, financial services, health & life sciences, communications, media & technology, transportation, energy, and the public sector,” according to Oliveira.