McKinsey & Company appoints 11 new partners in the Middle East

23 November 2021 Consultancy-me.com 2 min. read
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Global strategy consulting firm McKinsey & Company has appointed 11 new partners in the Middle East.

The US-headquartered company – branded by many as the world’s most prestigious management consulting firm, a title which it owes mainly to its leading corporate strategy skillset (although McKinsey nowadays is active across most segments of the consulting scene including technology) – has been active in the Middle East since 1957.

Today, the consulting firm has a team of more than 700 consultants and staff working from seven offices in the region (Abu Dhabi, Cairo, Doha, Dubai, Kuwait, Manama and Riyadh). The team is led by a privately-held partnership, now 60-plus strong following the addition of eleven new partners.

McKinsey & Company appoints 11 new partners in the Middle East

Abdullah Majeed-Saidan
Has been with McKinsey since 2015
Based in: Saudi Arabia

Chandrasekhar Panda
Has been with McKinsey since 2017
Based in: UAE

Moid Mohammed
Has been with McKinsey since 2012
Based in: Qatar

Nitasha Walia
Has been with McKinsey since 2016
Based in: UAE

Pierfrancesco Rocca
Has been with McKinsey since 2011
Based in: UAE

Rami Abou Jaoude
Has been with McKinsey since 2008
Based in: UAE

Ruchin Jain
Has been with McKinsey since 2014
Based in: UAE

Saadi Azeem
Has been with McKinsey since 2014
Based in: UAE

Siddharth Jha
Has been with McKinsey since 2012
Based in: UAE

Tarek Rida
Has been with McKinsey since 2014
Based in: UAE

Zaid Ghazaleh
Has been with McKinsey since 2013
Based in: UAE

Commenting on the appointments, McKinsey's managing partner for the Middle East, Gassan Al-Kibsi, said: “A huge congratulations to our newly elected partners in the Middle East.”

Earlier this year, McKinsey welcomed Sonia Wedrychowicz, Mona Hammami, Sami Abou Jamous, Joe Rahi, and Mischa Zielke (back) to the partnership, while the firm saw regional partner Danny Dagher relocate to the Paris office.