Parham Gohari leads Renoir Consulting in the Middle East

02 March 2023 1 min. read
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International advisory firm Renoir Consulting has appointed Parham Gohari as the new Head of its Middle East division.

Hired externally, Parham Gohari brings over 25 years of industry experience in management consulting, corporate advisory, entrepreneurship, and management to the company, extending across five continents.

Headquartered in Switzerland, Renoir Consulting is a management consulting firm with over 300 staff in 30+ countries worldwide. The firm’s Middle East practice was formed in October last year following the acquisition of Dubai-based ESG Integrate.

Parham Gohari leads Renoir Consulting in the Middle East

“We’re absolutely delighted that Parham has agreed to join the Renoir family. He is the perfect fit for our company, and we are confident that he will help us grow our business in the region. Parham brings a wealth of experience which I am sure will enable us to broaden our services,” said Kevin McCartney, Group Chief Strategy Officer of Renoir Consulting.

Throughout his career, Gohari has advised global and regional clients across a number of sectors and his specialisations include corporate strategy (M&A, entry, growth), business planning, commercial effectiveness, performance improvement, transactions, business development support, transformations and policy advisory.

He most recently served as Managing Partner of Frontier Partners, a Dubai-based boutique consulting firm. Before that, he spent six years at Deloitte Consulting, where he helped the firm setup its strategy consulting team in the UAE and served as the lead regional consulting leader overseeing the healthcare and life sciences practice.

Earlier, Gohari set up the advisory practice of EY in Iran, and served as general manager of a Saudi private equity and investment firm. Parham started his professional career at IBM in Canada.

Parham Gohari holds a Bachelor in Economics and an MBA in Strategy and Finance from Canada’s top-ranked business school, Schulich School of Business (York University).