Andreas Buelow

Partner

Education

International University of Monaco
Master of Business Administration
University of Hohenheim
Master in Economics (Diplom-Oekonom)

Past Experience

Roland Berger
Partner
Allianz
Deputy Regional CFO (role at exit)

Andreas is a Partner in our Middle East team, based in our Bahrain office. He is a member of the Middle East Partner Group and the Financial Services Practice and has a strong focus on insurance. He also has a deep passion for serving his Bahrain-based clients in the public and private sectors.

Andreas is a topic expert in:

  • Developing and implementing corporate strategies
  • Transformation and cultural change in complex settings
  • Operating models and governance of holding companies
  • Insurance and the digitalization of insurance business/operating models

Prior to joining Arthur D. Little, Andreas worked for Roland Berger in its Middle East team from 2012 to 2021, and for Allianz Group from 2002 to 2009 in various managerial and executive roles in Munich and Bahrain. From 2009 to 2011, Andreas pursued an entrepreneurial interest in Bahrain.

Andreas holds an MBA from the International University of Monaco in the Principality of Monaco, and a master’s degree in Economics from the University of Hohenheim in Germany. He speaks English, German, French, and Italian fluently, and is becoming conversational in Arabic.

Together with his wife, Wiebke, and son, Felix (born in 2016), Andreas lives in Bahrain. As a resident since 2008, he is very passionate about Bahrain’s history and culture. He also races cars in a national amateur series in Bahrain, enjoys reading a lot, and is deeply interested in value investing.

Recent Publications

Improving claims management
UNLEASHING POTENTIAL OF INSURANCE FIRMS The lifecycle of an insurance claim is the process a claim goes through from the time it is submitted by the provider until it is paid by the insurance carrier. Yet what sounds like a straightforward procedure in fact involves multiple claim situations, various agents with often conflicting priorities, and limited visibility into who is doing what, where, and how. Arthur D. Little (ADL) has found revisiting a random sample of closed claims to be a highly effective tool to uncover potential weaknesses in claims handling.
Achieving excellence in insurance claims management
CLAIMS MANAGEMENT EXPERIENCE In today’s mature and hypercompetitive insurance market, insurance companies’ growth within their core business is often limited to winning customers from other insurers. Therefore, as this growth strategy results in high customer acquisition costs, it is critical for insurance companies to boost loyalty to ensure profitability.
Growth in insurance market requires business diversification
Expanding beyond traditional insurance core business to new opportunities and models

Andreas is a Partner in our Middle East team, based in our Bahrain office. He is a member of the Middle East Partner Group and the Financial Services Practice and has a strong focus on insurance. He also has a deep passion for serving his Bahrain-based clients in the public and private sectors.

Andreas is a topic expert in:

  • Developing and implementing corporate strategies
  • Transformation and cultural change in complex settings
  • Operating models and governance of holding companies
  • Insurance and the digitalization of insurance business/operating models

Prior to joining Arthur D. Little, Andreas worked for Roland Berger in its Middle East team from 2012 to 2021, and for Allianz Group from 2002 to 2009 in various managerial and executive roles in Munich and Bahrain. From 2009 to 2011, Andreas pursued an entrepreneurial interest in Bahrain.

Andreas holds an MBA from the International University of Monaco in the Principality of Monaco, and a master’s degree in Economics from the University of Hohenheim in Germany. He speaks English, German, French, and Italian fluently, and is becoming conversational in Arabic.

Together with his wife, Wiebke, and son, Felix (born in 2016), Andreas lives in Bahrain. As a resident since 2008, he is very passionate about Bahrain’s history and culture. He also races cars in a national amateur series in Bahrain, enjoys reading a lot, and is deeply interested in value investing.

Recent Publications

Improving claims management
UNLEASHING POTENTIAL OF INSURANCE FIRMS The lifecycle of an insurance claim is the process a claim goes through from the time it is submitted by the provider until it is paid by the insurance carrier. Yet what sounds like a straightforward procedure in fact involves multiple claim situations, various agents with often conflicting priorities, and limited visibility into who is doing what, where, and how. Arthur D. Little (ADL) has found revisiting a random sample of closed claims to be a highly effective tool to uncover potential weaknesses in claims handling.
Achieving excellence in insurance claims management
CLAIMS MANAGEMENT EXPERIENCE In today’s mature and hypercompetitive insurance market, insurance companies’ growth within their core business is often limited to winning customers from other insurers. Therefore, as this growth strategy results in high customer acquisition costs, it is critical for insurance companies to boost loyalty to ensure profitability.
Growth in insurance market requires business diversification
Expanding beyond traditional insurance core business to new opportunities and models

More About Andreas
  • International University of Monaco
    Master of Business Administration
  • University of Hohenheim
    Master in Economics (Diplom-Oekonom)
  • Roland Berger
    Partner
  • Allianz
    Deputy Regional CFO (role at exit)