Kearney promotes Kamal Aissa to partner in UAE

18 August 2022 Consultancy-me.com 1 min. read

Kearney has promoted 14-year company member Kamal Aissa to partner in its Middle East practice.

Kamal Aissa has been with the global strategy and management consulting firm since 2008, coming on board after completing his graduate studies in Germany.

Having spent the first two years in Europe, Aissa relocated to the firm’s Middle East practice and has since held roles of growing seniority. Per the 1st of August, he has been appointed a partner, based out of Dubai.

Kamal Aissa, Partner, Kearney

A member of Kearney’s Transportation, Travel, and Infrastructure practice, Aissa advises organisations on topics including strategy, integration, cost transformation, and capability development. He has supported various strategic projects in the GCC over the last decade, as well as internationally, and has deep expertise in the area of transportation, railways and mobility.

With over 3,500 employees in 60+ offices globally, Kearney is one of the world’s leading management consulting firms, particularly renowned for its expertise in strategy, strategic operations, procurement and supply chain services. In the Middle East, the firm operates with offices in Abu Dhabi, Doha, Dubai, and Riyadh.

Kearney was founded in 1929 by former McKinsey & Company partner Andrew Thomas ‘Tom’ Kearney. In 2020, Kearney adopted its current brand, having previously traded as A.T. Kearney.

Earlier this year, Kearney appointed four new partners in its Dubai and Riyadh offices.