Leonardo Framil appointed Managing Director for Accenture Latin America

27 January 2016 Consultancy.lat

Yesterday, Accenture announced the appointment of Leonardo Framil to the dual position of Managing Director for Latin America and Country Managing Director for Brazil. Framil, who has been with Accenture for 24 years, replaces Roger Ingold, who held both positions since 2004.

Leonardo Framil has been appointed the Managing Director for Latin America and Country Managing Director for Brazil, the consulting firm said in a statement. In the new role, Framil will lead and execute Accenture’s business strategy and operations in Brazil and Latin America.

Framil joined Accenture in 1992, and has 24 years of consulting experience, supporting Latin American financial institutions in the sectors of banking, insurance, and capital markets.

From 2005 to 2011, Framil led the Financial Services practice at Accenture Brazil, during which time the unit increased its revenue fourfold, expanding into new markets and acquiring numerous clients.

“Leonardo has made significant contributions to Accenture in Brazil, including in his role as the country’s Financial Services lead,” commented Gianfranco Casati, Accenture’s group chief executive of Growth Markets. 

Leonardo Framil, Managing Director - accenture

Most recently, Framil was the Senior Managing Director and Financial Services Lead for Accenture Brazil and Latin America. In 2013, Framil led the firm’s acquisition of Vivere, a mortgage-processing technology company, a deal which helped make Accenture a leading mortgage BPO provider in the region.

Added Casati, “His experience and leadership abilities will be valuable assets for further building our brand in Brazil and across Latin America, as well as for leveraging the investments Accenture has made in the region in growth areas like digital, analytics and BPO.”

Framil has a degree in telecommunications engineering from Universidade Federal Fluminense and a Master of Finance from IBMEC, both located in Rio de Janeiro.

“I am excited to lead the highly skilled and talented people of Accenture Brazil and Latin America, while at the same time partnering with clients to help them transform their businesses to capitalize on the market opportunities in Brazil, throughout Latin America and globally,” Framil concluded.


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Brazilian Bain partner Mário Conde joins firm's Dutch office

11 April 2019 Consultancy.lat

Mário Conde, a partner at Bain & Company in Brazil, has relocated to the Netherlands, where he has been appointed a partner in the consulting firm’s Amsterdam office.

The 36-year-old has been with the global strategy and management consulting firm since 2011, when he joined after completing his MBA at INSEAD in France. During his tenure at the firm, Conde rapidly ascended the ranks, appointed a partner in December 2017. 

Having served Bain & Company in its São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro offices, Conde has now decided to pursue his career in Europe. Commenting on his move to the Netherlands, a country of 16 million people, Stephen Bertrand, Managing Partner of Bain’s Amsterdam office, said: “We are delighted that Mário has chosen to proceed his career in Europe within our office.”

The Canadian-origin country leader added that Conde brings a wealth of relevant and valuable experience to the Dutch practice. He specializes in topics including strategy and organization, customer strategy and marketing, performance improvement, mergers and acquisitions (M&A) and corporate finance. Conde also gained extensive experience with digital transformation, in particular advanced analytics, topics.

Brazilian Bain partner Mário Conde joins firm's Dutch officeFrom an industry perspective, Conde’s work has mainly been in the financial services industry. In Brazil, he advised several large insurance companies (property, casualty, life and personal insurance, reinsurance) and other companies on insurance-related matters (healthcare, auto insurance), as well as helped dozens of banks and players in the payments space. “Mário’s experience matches closely with the type of projects we deliver in the Netherlands,” said Bertrand. 

Established in 1998, Bain’s Amsterdam office has over 140 consultants and is one of the firm’s most international across its footprint of 57 offices globally. “Located at the crossroads of Europe, and with our outstanding track record in the Netherlands, Amsterdam is an attractive place to live and work. Bain’s Amsterdam office has a long history of welcoming transfers from all over the world.” Last year the Dutch office was named the country’s best employer in a ranking based on employee feedback. 

Conde’s appointment comes shortly after Bain in the Netherlands promoted the American Kyle Weza to its partner team. Other non-Dutch partners among its 15-strong partner team include Jenny Davis-Peccoud, Anna Thal Larsen and Steven Tallman.

In other senior appointments at Bain unveiled this week, Jean-Pierre Felenbok was named Managing Partner for Southeast Asia and Peter Stumbles as Australia and New Zealand Managing Partner.