Buck appoints Harry Reinhart as managing director of US central region

19 March 2019 Consulting.us 2 min. read
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Human resources and benefits consultancy Buck has appointed Harry Reinhart as head of the US central region, which includes the Cincinnati, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Berwyn, Washington, Nashville, and Atlanta markets.

Reinhart , who has been with consulting firm for the past 15 years, has 34 years of benefits and HR industry experience. In his new role, he will work closely with the central region client management team to facilitate cross-practice-and-region collaboration to deliver the best talent mix and results to Buck’s clientele. Reinhart will also manage regional operations, identify new opportunities, and foster a dynamic work culture.

Previously, he led Buck’s East Region and Pittsburgh office, where he focused on the talent acquisition and development of key leaders at the consultancy. Earlier in his career, Reinhart was a vice president at PNC Bank. Buck appoints Harry Reinhart as managing director of US central region

"At Buck, our number-one goal is to serve as trusted advisors to our clients, meeting their needs on both a strategic and tactical level," Reinhart said. "Client success remains my top priority, and I value the opportunity to dive in alongside our clients to truly understand their challenges and guide them to the best possible solution to meet their business objectives."

"Harry knows what it takes to help clients succeed. I'm confident Harry's insights will help our clients realize greater outcomes even faster than ever before," Dean Aloise, Buck’s US managing director, said.

The move is the latest in a series of high-level appointments at Buck, following its sale to H.I.G Capital in August. Since then, the firm appointed Jack Freker as CEO, Steve Coco as chief solutions officer, and Inderjit Jhajj as chief information officer. With its refreshed Buck branding and the substantial capital backing of its private equity firm owner, the self-described "nimble, agile, and client-centric" organization hopes to make deep inroads into the HR and benefits consulting arena dominated by giants like Mercer and Willis Towers Watson. Buck, which is based in New York City, currently has operations in the US, Canada, and the UK.