Oliver Wyman appoints Erik Koenen as partner in Indonesia

14 August 2023 Consultancy.asia 1 min. read
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Global management consultancy Oliver Wyman has appointed consulting and banking veteran Erik Koenen as a partner in Indonesia.

Based in Jakarta, Erik Koenen will help Oliver Wyman further expand its business in Indonesia, which the consulting firm describes as one of the fast-growing markets for the firm in Asia Pacific.

Koenen brings around a decade of experience in banking, as well as over fifteen years of experience in consulting, having served Kearney, Deloitte, IBM Consulting, and Strategy&. Most recently, he worked at Google, where he led the technology strategy targeted at the largest population of digital natives in Southeast Asia.

Oliver Wyman appoints Erik Koenen as partner in Indonesia

“I have always admired Oliver Wyman and its talented people, who approach challenges with humility and focus, to help organisations navigate complex and unprecedented issues,” said Koenen of his move.

“In Indonesia, I aim to further strengthen the firm’s local strategy and commitment to provide insightful guidance, work alongside our clients, and deliver breakthrough impact.”

Koenen has 16 years of experience in Indonesia, during this time he collaborated with diverse Indonesian financial services clients, from state-owned enterprises to privately held firms, on retail and corporate banking programs, digital strategy, public policy, multi-national operations, and onshore investments.

One of his proudest achievements is being part of the team that drove the consolidation and electronification of payments in Indonesia.

“The addition of Erik to our Indonesian team positions us well to meet growing client needs in Indonesia and the region,” said Seo Young Lee, Partner and Head of Southeast Asia at Oliver Wyman.

A Dutch national, Erik Koenen has a Master’s degree in Management Science from Nyenrode Business University, and a Bachelor’s degree in Industrial Engineering from The Hague University of Applied Sciences.