Alexander De Mol
Bain names new partner to ME group
Dubai, November 1, 2012
Bain & Company, a leading global business consulting firm, has promoted financial investor expert Alexander De Mol to its Middle Eastern partner group.
Based in the UAE, De Mol has extensive international experience working with private equity funds, financial investors and sovereign wealth funds.
De Mol joined the firm in 2002 and has worked in several offices, including Brussels, New York and Boston, before relocating to the Dubai office in 2009.
He has worked with a multitude of investors including sovereign wealth funds, limited partners and private equity funds on topics ranging from commercial due diligence, investment strategy, organization, processes and governance.
“It’s my privilege to announce Alexander’s promotion to Bain’s global partnership and to a leadership position within our Dubai office,” said James Hadley, managing director for Bain & Company Middle East.
“He is a trusted advisor to our clients, helping them achieve exceptional results despite numerous challenges in today’s economy. We look forward to the value he will continue to bring to our clients and our firm.”
Alexander De Mol earned a Master in Physics and Engineering from Ghent University in Belgium in 2002. He also followed specialized courses at Oxford University in 2001, Helsinki University (Finland) in 2000 and University of Lulea (Sweden) in 1999.
Prior to joining Bain, Alex De Mol worked as an intern at Total on operational improvement.
De Mol is the co-author of several articles including ‘Private Investment funds face difficulties in attracting investors’ which was published in numerous renowned Middle Eastern business publications. – TradeArabia News Service
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