In 2015, Olivier joined BearingPoint with the objective to raise the belgian footprint. Excellence, commitment and teaming are at the core of both Olivier’s and BearingPoint’s DNA. In this new role, he is responsible for the development of the Belgian practice in several industries such as Telecom, Production Industries and Financial Services. He is also the key account manager for several major customers.

Olivier has 14 years of professional experience: Half of his carreer he served corporations directly as one of their staff, and half of it he advised them serving as consultant.

Centrally, Olivier is a Finance person. He has been an Internal Auditor with international exposure, a Financial Controller of immerged in a production environment and a Finance Director coping with an M&A context. Voluntary highly exposed himself to Operations and to Technology - which led him to frequently operate on transformational aspects.

As Consultant, he contributed and/or managed engagements relating to Digitalization, Finance Optimization, Restructuration, System Implementations, Performance Improvements and Strategic Studies.


  • Finance Director

    2012 – 2015
    Monte-Carlo, Monaco
    Heading the Finance department of branch of the Group he was working for, he enjoyed going through end-to-end M&A processes.
  • Industrial Controller

    2009 – 2012
    Brussels/Paris/Bangkok, Belgium, France, Thailand
    Operating Financial control with mainly plants in scope he was deeply involved in production and supply-chain management.
  • Senior Consultant

    2005 – 2009
    Brussels, Belgium
    Serving four years in one of the world’s largest audit & constulting firms, he has been intensively exposed to international financial, operational and technological challenges.
  • Investment Analyst

    2003 – 2005
    Brussels, Belgium
    Analyst in the Shared Service Center Corporate Finance of one of the major global conglomerate making business at the crossroad of Technology and Industry. Financial modelling was filling in his day to day.

“The reasonable man adapts himself to the world; the unreasonable one persists in trying to adapt the world to himself. Therefore all progress depends on the unreasonable man.“

Olivier Baudry