June 12, 2014 – Alexander Hughes has added offices in Côte d’Ivoire, Senegal, Benin, Togo, Cameroun, Algeria and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The recent additions bring the firm’s global coverage to 53 offices in Europe, the Americas, Asia Pacific, the Middle East and Africa. Didier Acouétey will lead the offices in Dakar, Abidjan, Cotonou, Lomé and Douala, which will operate under the brand Alexander Hughes AfricSearch. Maurice Rozet, founder of the group and president of the group’s supervisory board will lead the group’s MEA activities. Lamia Pabion will be managing partner of Algeria and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, with Nassim Lounes as deputy, in charge of the Algiers office. “I am pleased to welcome to Alexander Hughes our new African, Algerian and Saudi teams. It is very much the strategy of our firm to strengthen our leading position on emerging markets and we will pursue our development in the near future. In the Middle East, the flow of business opportunities is robust, while Africa, with its remarkable growth, holds exceptional potential,” said Julien Rozet, CEO. With more than 53 offices, Alexander Hughes, headquartered in Paris, has more than 130 consultants operating in 12 sectors ranging from financial services and technology to life sciences, industrial manufacturing or consumer markets.