Ye Jun joins partner team of Roland Berger in China

11 November 2020 1 min. read
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Roland Berger has appointed Ye Jun as a partner, based in the firm’s Shanghai office. 

The German-origin strategy consulting firm has been active in China since 1983, when it launched its Shanghai office. Today, the office serves as the firm’s headquarters for Asia Pacific, which comprises twelve offices in the region employing more than 800 consultants and staff. 

New to the Greater China partner team is Ye Jun, a member of the firm’s Real Estate practice. He specialises in helping real estate firms, developers, property development companies and local and state governments with strategy, economic planning, large-scale implementation, organisation change, and public-private partnerships, among others.

Ye Jun, Partner, Roland Berger

Prior to joining Roland Berger, Jun led a car-sharing startup, served as president of a domestic Super League football club, and led a Chinese real estate company for five years. 

Jun earned an MBA from the University of British Columbia’s Sauder Business School and a Master’s in management from Shanghai Jiao Tong University. He completed his Bachelor’s degree in economics at Shanghai-based Fudan University, one of China’s most prestigious academic institutions. 

“I congratulate Ye and am delighted to welcome him into the partnership,” said Stefan Schaible, the Global Managing Partner of Roland Berger.

In Greater China, Roland Berger is led by Denis Depoux, who also sites on the firm’s Global Board of Managing Directors.