Bain & Company appoints partners in Argentina, Brazil and Mexico

17 July 2020 2 min. read

Global consulting firm Bain & Company has appointed four new partners in Latin America. 

André Bolonhini joined Bain & Company in 2010 after completing his studies, and has since rapidly ascended the firm’s ranks. Having been promoted to Principal in the summer of 2018, two years down the line he now has been admitted into Bain’s partnership. Bolonhini is based in the firm’s São Paulo office in Brazil, and serves the Retail & Consumer Goods, Sales & Marketing and Private Equity practices. 

Also based in São Paulo is Maximiliano Rotella, an engineer by background. He is an expert in digital marketing across industries, and has extensive experience working with management of large national and multinational groups, mainly in the retail, consumer products and financial services sectors. 

Alongside his specialisation in go-to-market strategy and commercial excellence, Rotella has also advised clients on performance improvement, supply chain optimisation, organisation redesign and commercial due diligence, serving both financial investors and strategic buyers as corporates.

Andre Bolonhini, Maximiliano Rotella, Gustavo Fusoni and Marcelo Rodriguez - Bain & Company

One of the youngest partners to join Bain & Company’s partnership in the current promotion round, which saw a total of 45 partners appointed globally, is Buenos Aires-based Gustavo Fusoni. He joined the global strategy consultancy in 2012 in its London office after completing his MBA at The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. In 2018 Fusoni relocated to Argentina and he now has joined the local partner team. 

Based in Mexico City, Marcelo Rodriguez is a partner in Bain’s Consumer Products, Private Equity and Strategy practices. He joined the consulting firm in 2009 as an Associate Consultant, and has since gained extensive experience with strategic planning and due diligence, operational model design, post-merger integration, and large-scale transformation.

Rodriguez spend six months working for Bain’s office in Houston, and completed an externship at Big Heart Pet Brands in San Francisco, where he worked on corporate strategy. Prior to joining Bain, he worked for Cemex, a leading cement and construction materials company. 

Bain & Company has around twelve partners in Mexico, led by Eduardo Hütt, the Chairman of Bain & Company in Mexico and Central America. In Buenos Aires, the firm has around five offices, while São Paulo, its largest office in South America, has close to thirty partners.