Razvan Nicolescu, newly appointed partner with the Consulting practice of Deloitte Romania, also takes on a regional role, by becoming Central Europe leader for gas, oil and chemicals sector.
“Becoming a partner is the highest accolade in one’s career in professional services as it acknowledges the ultimate level of technical expertise, client service and talent development. I welcome Razvan in our partners group and I am confident his professionalism, determination and international exposure will contribute substantially to the value we bring to our clients in the energy field,” said Alexandru Reff, Country Managing Partner, Deloitte Romania and Republic of Moldova.
In his new role of Central Europe Sector Leader, Razvan Nicolescu will focus on large oil, gas and chemicals companies, by serving both local companies and multi-national clients. He will also drive the development of sector-specific service offerings to help clients address urgent needs such as cyber security, regulatory change and digitalization of processes.
“I congratulate Razvan for stepping up to a regional sector leadership role soon after becoming a partner and I believe he will contribute to the consolidation of Deloitte’s regional leadership position in the energy sector. The role of the sector leader is to bring Deloitte expertise from around the world to our clients as they face challenges deriving from the energy transition, digitalization and tougher competition,” said Alastair Teare, CEO, Deloitte Central Europe.
Razvan Nicolescu joined Deloitte in 2015 and soon thereafter became the leader for the energy and resources practice in Deloitte Romania, providing strategic direction and facilitating the cooperation of dozens of Deloitte professionals who specialize in this critical industry. Razvan is a highly respected and widely recognized expert in energy field, with solid experience in both the private and the public sectors. He has served as regulatory affairs director of OMV Petrom, as the Chairman of the Board of the European Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators, as the Romanian Energy Attaché to the European Union and Romanian minister for energy without political affiliation.
Razvan graduated from the Polytechnic University of Bucharest with the specialization in electrical engineering. He also graduated the MBA program of the Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management and attended several executives programs at Harvard Business School.