AlixPartners appoints three directors in Greater China offices

17 January 2022 2 min. read
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Global management consulting firm AlixPartners has promoted three of its company members in Asia to Director: Dick Liu, Julia Zhao and Zach Li.

Shiv Shivaraman, Co-Leader of the Asia-Pacific region said: “I am delighted to offer my congratulations to our new Directors, Julia, Dick and Zach. Their promotions showcase the depth of talent within AlixPartners as we expand to meet evolving demands from clients in the region across business lines.”

Dick Liu and Zach Li are based in the Hong Kong office of AlixPartners, while Julia Zhao is based in the Shanghai office.

Dick Liu, Julia Zhao and Zach Li - AlixPartners

Specialised in end-to-end operations transformation and cost improvement, as well as warehouse/logistics optimisation, Liu brings over two decades of manufacturing & supply chain management experience to the role. He gained his experience both in consulting (ex-McKinsey) and in industry (including General Electric).

Zhao has more than 15 years of experience and knowledge in management consulting and business operations. Similar to Liu, she joined AlixPartners in 2020 from McKinsey & Company, where she latterly was an Engagement Manager. Earlier in her career, she worked for AkzoNobel, Accenture and Hyundai. She specialises in operations management, covering supply chain, procurement, manufacturing and digital transformation.

Li meanwhile advises clients on valuation, economic loss and accounting issues, primarily in the context of litigation, arbitration and expert determinations. His range of experience includes investor-state disputes, post-acquisition disputes, shareholder disputes, valuation of businesses and loss of profit claims. He previously worked for FTI Consulting in Hong Kong and KPMG in Canada.

“As we continue to see our Greater China business making great strides ahead, these promotions will ensure the highest level of professional advice for our clients in the region who are experiencing disruptions during challenging and uncertain times,” concluded Shivaraman.