European law firm strategy consulting firm, Venturis Consulting Group, has chosen Sophie Boyer-Chammard, a former lawyer and head of strategy and development of international law firms.
At Venturis, Sophie’s practice will focus on assisting clients defining profitable and sustainable growth strategies, seeking an alignment between the firm’s client portfolio, its partners’ development ambition and its organization.
Venturis Consulting Group partner Rupprecht Graf v. Pfeil, who has worked with Paris based firms over the last ten years said: ‘’The French legal market is one of the largest in Europe, and Paris is arguably the place to be in Europe for international firms. Sophie’s knowledge of the French and international legal market will help our clients in their efforts to increase their competitive abilities and we’ll be able to respond to growing client demand across all our practices in France.”
Boost to competitivity
Venturis Consulting Group’s strategy is to use small, highly experienced teams to establish a presence in various key markets. This was the case in Belgium recently with the hire of Rik Servais and is the same now with Sophie Boyer Chammard.
A Sorbonne law-graduate with an MBA from Instead Boyer-Chammard started her career as a lawyer in Finance and M&A in two international law firms (Gide and Clifford Chance). After an experience of strategy consulting at Accenture, Sophie has been working for 20 years in law firm strategy, in positions of director of strategy, development and marketing at Clifford Chance (Paris), Gide Loyrette Nouel (Global) and Hogan Lovells (Europe).
“I am excited to join Venturis Consulting. Since its creation more than 15 years ago, I have watched Venturis grow into the leading European Strategy consulting practice dedicated to law firms. I’m honored to be given the opportunity to add my piece to the story now!” said Boyer-Chammard.
Founded in 2005 in the Netherlands, Venturis Consulting Group is a management consulting firm dedicated to the legal sector. It has offices in Amsterdam, Brussels, Frankfurt, Milan, Munich, Paris and Stockholm.