Boston Consulting Group promotes four to managing director

12 November 2021 Consultancy.com.au 2 min. read
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Four of BCG’s Australian leaders – Daniel Selikowitz, Julian King, Phillip Benedetti, and Simon Pitt – have been elevated to managing director and partner level.

Boston Consulting Group (BCG) has made four managing director promotions across its Sydney and Melbourne offices; Daniel Selikowitz, Simon Pitt, Phillip Benedetti, and Julian King, who have all been with the strategy consulting firm and its data & analytics offshoot BCG Gamma from between seven years and over a decade.

Daniel Selikowitz
Based out of Sydney, Selikowitz has been with Boston Consulting Group for altogether ten years across two stints in Sydney, Chicago and New York, joining its partnership in 2019 (‘managing director and partner’ is the equity-level step up on the firm’s leadership rungs). Currently he serves as a leader of BCG’s Principal Investors & Private Equity and Public Sector practices in the Asia Pacific. He holds an MBA from Harvard Business School.

Simon Pitt, Julian King, Phillip Benedetti and Daniel Selikowitz - BCG

Phillip Benedetti
Melbourne-based Benedetti serves as the Head of Innovation & Corporate Strategy for BCG in Australia and New Zealand, and is also a core member of the Financial Services and Healthcare practices. A masters-holder in Bioscience Enterprise from the University of Cambridge, Benedetti has been with BCG for a shade over a decade, including a year in New York and two secondments at ANZ as an executive manager in group strategy.

Simon Pitt
Having joined the firm in 2010 and been steadily promoted since, Pitt focuses on strategy, operating model and transformational change for clients in the mining & industrials sectors as part of the firm’s industrial goods leadership team, with previous extended international projects performed out of BCG offices in Asia, Latin America and Europe. He holds a Masters of Science in Economics from The London School of Economics.

Julian King
Previously an executive director at Pottinger, King joined BCG’s Gamma wing at the start of 2015, where he specialises in delivering transformational advanced analytics projects, as well as designing and implementing solutions around artificial intelligence, machine learning, predictive analytics and advanced statistical methods. Based out of Sydney, King holds a PhD in Astrophysics from University of New South Wales.

The four managing director promotions follow three managing director appointments made by BCG in June.