• Business Financial Consultant
May 31, 2018

Eight Advisory, a major player in the field of Consultancy, offering services in Transaction, Corporate Re-Engineering and Corporate Transformation further develops its operational consultancy business adding two new recruits and starting a digital corporate transformation business within the department.

2017 saw a 50% growth in revenues of the Corporate Transformation Pole and Eight Advisory determined to perform with the same kind of brilliance in 2018. The firm is pleased and proud to announce that Jean Guillou and Jean-Christophe Fuzzati are coming on board as partner and manager respectively. As a result of their joining, the Corporate Transformation Pole, the offerings of which include cash management consultancy, performance monitoring and enhancement, operational due diligence, carve outs, Post Merger Integration, operational restructuring programme, will take its number of partners and managers to 15 and its number of staffworkers to 40.

Jean Guillou, 47, is made the 35th Partner of Eight Advisory. He will feature in the key experts in Operational Due Diligence, Assessment and Operational Transformation. A graduate of storied Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts et Métiers, Jean Guillou boasts significant experience as a consultant and as a manager in a variety of industries as well. Jean started out at Thales Activités Spatiales (Thalès Space Division) , carrymanaging projects in France, Poland and Japan. He then joined consultancy firm McKinsey & Co in London and later in Paris. He was then hired to head the Operations of Groupe Roullier, and then headed Operations at Groupe Anovo.   After that he joined firm Alavarez & Marsal in Paris.

Jean-Christophe Fuzzati, 46, joins Eight Advisory’s team as Manager. He will be in charge of developping offerings for the Group in IT matters : IT Due Diligence, IT Assessment, IT Systems Transformation. Jean-Christophe Fuzzati started out as Head of the New Technologies Department at A²A (a partner firm to Arthur Andersen). He then joined Arthur Andersen proper in Paris. He carried out IT outsourcing jobs and was later promoted to IT Strategy Offerings Manager with EY. He then became a Senior manager at Accenture’s Technology consulting – Business and Technology Integration Pole.

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