L.E.K. promotes Chinmay Jhaveri and Sudeep Laad to partner

16 January 2020 Consultancy.in 1 min. read
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Two India-based members of L.E.K. Consulting’s Global Education practice have been promoted to partner.

Chinmay Jhaveri and Sudeep Laad both joined the global management consulting firm late 2017 from rival EY-Parthenon. At the strategic consulting arm of EY, they were a Vice President in the firm’s Centre of Excellence for Education. At L.E.K. Consulting, they are part of a 50-strong team dedicated to the primary, secondary and tertiary education sector.

Jhaveri advises educational companies, universities, private equity investors and regulators on a range of areas, including market entry, growth and pricing strategy, IPO road maps, buy- and sell-side diligences, post-acquisition strategies, and policy development.

L.E.K. promotes Chinmay Jhaveri and Sudeep Laad to partner

He has extensive experience leading project teams across the K-12, higher education, early years, English language training, transnational education and education technology segments. Prior to working for EY-Parthenon, Jhaveri worked for Indian fund manager BCP and for EY in his first spell at the firm, in its Transaction Advisory Services department.

Laad meanwhile has experience in over 40 countries covering education segments, including K-12, tertiary education, transnational education, after-school supplementary education, language learning and education technology. He works with clients on strategic decisions, investment opportunities and operational value creation.

Prior to EY-Parthenon, he worked in the Management Consulting arm of Big Four firm KPMG.

In March 2018, L.E.K. Consulting also hired three partners from EY-Parthenon in Asia. Ashwin Assomull, Danish Kamal Faruqui and Anip Sharma are all based out of L.E.K. Consulting’s office in Singapore.

Globally, UK-headquartered L.E.K. Consulting has over 1,400 partners and consultants across 19 offices worldwide.