Roland Berger adds Christiane Bergevin as senior advisor

29 October 2020 2 min. read
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Management consultancy Roland Berger has welcomed Christiane Bergevin, an experienced business executive, as a senior advisor in the firm’s Montreal office.

"Christiane will support us in the development of our activities in Canada in the Energy/Utility and sustainability sectors, that are facing significant transformation," said Dominique Gautier, managing partner of Roland Berger Canada.

Bergevin has more than 30 years of experience in strategy, project and risk structuring, project financing, and ESG investing. She has developed and driven numerous strategic initiatives, including over $15 billion in investments across financial services, energy, resources, and transport.

Bergevin previously spent two years at Hydro One, where she was a senior consultant in the strategy, innovation and corporate development group. Before that, she was an executive vice president at Desjardins, where she oversaw strategy and execution for M&A, strategic partnerships, and business development.

Christiane Bergevin, Senior Advisor, Roland Berger

Prior to that, Bergevin spent nearly two decades at SNC-Lavalin and SNC Lavalin Capital. She was latterly the lead executive at SNC Lavalin Capital, overseeing growth and P&L for the engineering and construction consultancy’s project financing advisory entity. In the role, Bergevin spearheaded financial evaluations for the group’s concessions and public-private partnerships, participated in strategic M&A initiatives, guided business development with institutional investors, and managed investments in strategic funds.

Earlier in her career, Bergevin was an export financing officer at Export Development Canada. She holds a bachelor of commerce degree from McGill University and is a graduate of The Wharton School’s advanced management program.

Bergevin also has extensive board director experience, and currently serves as governor of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce, having previously served as its chair. She is currently a board member of Yamana Gold, CareRx Corporation, and RATP Dev, and previously was a board member at CDPQ, Fiera Capital, and the Business Development Bank of Canada.

Roland Berger also recently added Oona Stock as a strategic advisor in its Montreal office.

The Munich-based consultancy delivers strategy, operations, restructuring, organization, and digital consulting services to clients across financial services, telecom, energy, chemicals, transportation, manufacturing, and aerospace. The firm has 2,400 employees across 34 countries.