Managing Director & Partner
Dan Belz began his career at The Boston Consulting Group in 2009. He has substantial experience working with clients across strategic challenges and operations topics. He is a core member of the firm’s Corporate Development, Operations, and Procurement practices.
Dan’s casework experience in corporate development covers shareholder, corporate, and business unit strategy. His casework in operations covers topics related to programmatic procurement efforts, including transformations, post merger integrations (PMIs) and automation; risk management and commodities strategy; and supply chain optimization.
Dan is an integral part of the firm's Operations Center in Chicago, one of ten global operations centers that serve as hubs for comprehensive operations support and offer tailored, fully integrated solutions to optimize operations for long-term success.
Before joining BCG, Dan worked as a corporate lawyer at Meitar Liquornik Geva & Leshem Brandwein, one of Israel's largest firms. He specialized in international M&A transactions and venture capital investments. He also held various positions as an officer in the Israeli army.
He speaks English, French, and Hebrew.
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