September 13, 2020

Deloitte Poaches Someone From EY and Issues a Press Release, Part II

For today’s edition of “Big 4-on-Big 4 Poaching From Around the World,” we’re heading to Paris where Monitor Deloitte (Green Dotters who specialize in strategery) landed a new partner from its black and yellow rivals.

Fabien Delon, 49, graduated from Sciences Po Paris and holds a DEA in Finance from the same school. He has 25 years of consulting experience in financial services.

Fabien Delon began his career in auditing at Arthur Andersen in 1995. He then turned to Strategy consulting in 2000 by joining Mercer Management Consulting then Bain & Co where he was promoted to Partner within the Financial Services practice in 2010. In 2014, he joined EY to develop General Management consulting activities in France and in 2018 he was appointed Head of Strategy for Financial Services in the Europe and Middle East region.

Fabien has worked for large financial institutions in developing their strategies and in major transformation plans. He worked in particular on operational efficiency improvement programs (commercial efficiency, cost reduction) and on the overhaul of their operational models (organization, reduction of complexity, digitization). He has also supported several French and European banks in their international development and acquisition strategies as well as in the management of post-acquisition integrations.

Fabien Delon

Seems like a good get for the brass at Monitor Deloitte, which now has approximately 10 partners in France, according to Consultancy.eu. And bonus points for making one of your Big 4 rivals weaker.

[Deloitte]
Bruno de Saint-Florent and Fabien Delon join Monitor Deloitte [Consultancy.eu]

Related article:

Deloitte Poaches Someone From EY and Issues a Press Release, Part I

Have something to add to this story? Give us a shout by email, Twitter, or text/call the tipline at 202-505-8885. As always, all tips are anonymous.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Related articles

An Open Letter to EY Management

Ed note: An EY employee who wished to remain anonymous asked us to post this letter to EY management regarding the recent layoffs at the firm because “management tends to ignore our questions when we raise them internally.” Here is the letter: Integrity and honesty are the foundations of public accounting. With great trust, the […]