PA Consulting welcomes Marcel van der Schenk to its Financial Services practice
PA Consulting (PA), the consultancy that’s bringing ingenuity to life, appoints Marcel van der Schenk as a partner in its Financial Services practice. Marcel will focus on supporting PA’s growth ambitions in financial services.
Together with PA's clients, Marcels will work with the PA team to realise innovations that contribute to a positive human future. He rbings a wealth of top experience in the field of management consulting and was previously Assistant Vice President Consulting Benelux at Cognizant and Vice President in Financial Services at Capgemini Invent. Marcel was also a managing consultant at PA.
Mark Griep, head of PA Consulting Netherlands, says: “Marcel has more than earned his spurs, first at PA and later at other top companies in the sector. I am therefore very happy to welcome him back. Financial services is a rapidly changing sector. Marcel will assist his clients to create opportunities and value by making the right choices in the complex landscape of digital business models and rapid technological innovations.”
Marcel is enthusiastic about his return and says: “PA is in my DNA. It has a unique focus on end-to-end innovation for its customers, whether in the context of digital transformation or business change. Together with PA’s team of well-known and passionate experts, I will focus on the realisation of innovative ideas with full focus on customer and content.”
PA’s financial services experts combine deep knowledge of banking, insurance, pensions, payments, private equity, and asset management with expertise in strategy, technology and digital innovation to help clients adapt, transform and succeed. PA’s experts help global banks and insurance companies to adopt organisational agility at scale and transform their digital experiences.
Recent client work includes helping HSBC digitise its organisation from the ground up by developing core products and services to create seamless customer and colleague experiences, helping Ageas to become more data-driven, Aegon to transform and take more agile approaches, and ING to become leaders in platform innovation.