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Peter Mockler has more than 25 years of experience in the consulting business, is a well-respected leader with strong management skills and comprehensive expertise in the areas of restructuring, business transformation and business strategy.

After successfully leading a management buyout from BearingPoint Inc. in August 2009, Peter, alongside the BearingPoint Management Committee, aims to further expand BearingPoint’s profitable growth.

Under his leadership, the company has been successfully established as an independent, Partner-managed, and internationally active management and technology consultancy. The firm increased revenues from 441 million euros (2009) to 563 million euros (2015) and the number of employees grew has grown from 3,200 to 3,700. One of BearingPoint’s strategic priorities is to expand its global reach through alliance partners. Starting with 14 EMEA countries in 2009, the consultancy has enlarged its presence to 35 countries with more than 10,000 people ready to serve clients throughout the world.

If nature has taught us only one thing, it is that the only constant is change.

Peter Mockler


  • Re-elected for a third term as Managing Partner and Chairman of the BearingPoint Management Committee


  • Managing Partner and Chairman of the BearingPoint Management Committee


  • Managing Partner and Chairman of the BearingPoint Management Committee, Regional Leader GSA


  • Led the separation and management buyout of BearingPoint EMEA from BearingPoint Inc. and subsequently became Managing Partner of the BearingPoint partnership

  • Executive Vice President of BearingPoint EMEA, Member of the Executive Leadership Team of BearingPoint Inc. and Chairman of the Management Board of BearingPoint GSA


  • Member of the Management Board of BearingPoint

    Senior Vice President, responsible for Public Services/Infrastructure Services
  • Promoted to Partner, KPMG


  • Joined the consulting branch of the international audit firm Peat Marwick, which became KPMG Consulting and was later renamed BearingPoint in 2002 after its separation from the audit firm


  • M.Sc., Engineering

    Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany