Arnaud Bauer joins L.E.K. Consulting in Singapore office

03 May 2021 2 min. read
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Global strategy consulting firm L.E.K. Consulting has strengthened its team in Singapore with new recruit Arnaud Bauer.

Appointed a Principal, Arnaud Bauer brings some fifteen years of strategic and management consulting experience to the firm, as well as a number of years of experience in an entrepreneurial role. He joins L.E.K. Consulting from life sciences specialist IQVIA, where he was Head of M&A and Healthcare Services for its IQVIA Consulting Group subsidiary in South East Asia. 

Earlier, he spent eight years with Advention Business Partners (a French strategic boutique), where he climbed the ranks in its Paris office and later on went to lead its Dubai office, leading its work across the region to the healthcare and life sciences industry. He learned consulting’s tricks of the trade at Simon-Kucher & Partners, a strategy, sales and pricing consultancy. Bauer worked in the firm’s Paris office. 

Arnaud Bauer joins L.E.K. Consulting in Singapore office

Over the course of his career, he has gained extensive experience with topics including: strategy (corporate strategy, growth and diversification strategy, business plan modelling and assessment), commercial (marketing, pricing), organisation (organisational design, change management) and mergers & acquisitions (strategic and commercial due diligence). 

At L.E.K. Consulting he will focus mainly on working with the firm’s private equity clients on deals and value enhancement of portfolio companies, and with healthcare and life sciences companies ranging from corporate strategy to strategy implementation. 

“I’m excited to be joining L.E.K. Consulting’s Life Sciences & Healthcare practice, where I will work alongside the firm’s leadership team to deliver cutting-edge insights that help business leaders make strategic decisions and drive change with conviction,” said Bauer in a post on LinkedIn. 

According to a recent report by L.E.K. Consulting’s Healthcare practice, hospitals in Asia Pacific are charging into a digital future, in response to a broader shift triggered by consumer-led digitisation trends.