He brings more than 10 years of experience in restructuring, operational performance improvement and large-scale transformations.
Mr. Dylla has expertise in developing and implementing market strategies for growing the top-line, as well as improving structures, processes, systems and headcount deployment to improve sustainability of financial institutions and to increase shareholder value.
Before joining A&M, he spent nine years with Roland Berger Strategy Consultants, most recently serving as Principal. He worked with banks and insurance companies across Europe on a variety of transformational topics ranging from post-merger integration and EU restructuring programs to headcount reduction and operating model improvement topics. His core areas of expertise include the finance and risk functions.
Most recently, Mr. Dylla served as co-head of the Asset Quality Review Project of a major German systemic bank within the comprehensive assessment of the European Central Bank.
Previously, he assisted a Greek and a German systemic bank throughout their EU restructuring plan implementation comprising a major headcount reduction program, the definition of a new target operating model and the set-up of a new market strategy.
Mr. Dylla also managed the finance transformation projects for two large German banks and the strategic review of the global finance transformation program of one of the world’s leading insurance groups.
Earlier in his career, he worked with different research centers in Germany and the U.S. on the optimization of solar cell production. Mr. Dylla was also instrumental in building and leading an IT-service company, servicing SME and business clients with comprehensive soft- und hardware solutions.
Mr. Dylla earned a master’s degree in physics from the Free University Berlin (FUB) focusing on alternative solar cell technologies. He also earned a PhD from FUB developing solutions for the optimization and market readiness of solar cell production. A German national, he is fluent in German and English.