Oona Stock joins Roland Berger’s managing team in Canada

29 September 2020 Consulting.ca 2 min. read
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Management consulting firm Roland Berger has welcomed Oona Stock to its managing team in Canada as a strategic advisor. She will remain based in Montreal.

Stock brings more than 25 years of operational and consulting experience to Roland Berger, where she will support the firm’s expansion in Canada, as well as advise clients through its global leadership and organization practice.

Between 2016 and 2019, Stock was EVP for talent and performance at the Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec (CDPQ), an institutional investor that manages several public and parapublic pension plans and insurance programs in Quebec. In the role, Stock oversaw recruitment, human resources management, and total compensation, in addition to serving on the executive committee.

Prior to the Caisse, Stock worked in strategy consulting for 19 years, joining Canadian management consultancy Secor as a strategy consultant in 1997 and becoming a partner in the strategy and operations practice in 2007. Her work at the firm included developing and implementing growth and mobilization projects for national and international clients – including financial services firms and pension funds – and building out the firm’s corporate marketing and communications function.

Oona Stock joins Roland Berger’s managing team in CanadaAfter KPMG Canada acquired Secor in 2012, Stock led the national strategy practice consisting of 50 consultants. She also managed the national client experience practice.

Stock holds a bachelor’s degree in industrial relations and a master’s degree in management, human resources from Université de Montréal.

"Oona will support us in the development of our activities in Canada and of our global leadership and organization practice. In addition, she will bring us her experience in the transformation of major international institutions, her knowledge of major Canadian investors, and her unique expertise in talent development – which is a major challenge," said Dominique Gautier, managing partner of Roland Berger Canada.

The Munich-headquartered consultancy opened its first Canadian office in Montreal in 2012. The firm’s Canada consultants offer advice in strategy, operations, restructuring, organization, and digital to clients across financial services, telecom, energy, chemicals, transportation, manufacturing, and aerospace.

The firm announced the opening of a Toronto location in October 2019, as well as the addition of two new partners in Canada.

Founded in 1967, Roland Berger has more than 2,400 employees in 34 countries.