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David Fleisch

Associé, New York

À propos de David

Dave Fleisch is a partner based in Bain & Company's New York office. He is an expert in the firm's Performance Improvement and Healthcare practices, specializing in medical devices and biopharma.

Over the course of more than 17 years at Bain, Dave has focused most deeply on major profitability improvements in his clients' businesses, as well as on major realignments of their portfolio and business unit strategies.

In doing so, he has co-led a number of large complex integrations, divestitures and separations from initial announcement through close. Such integrations have covered both standard functional integration and deep dives into major sources of value, while separations have included overall program management, post-separation org structure design, employee placement and TSAs. 

Dave's experience base in the healthcare sphere includes work in oncology, neurosciences, immunology and renal disease. Within the medtech sector, he has worked across surgical and hospital categories, including orthopedics, general surgery, neurosurgery, wound care, pharmacy and medication delivery.

During his tenure at Bain, Dave has also co-led he firm's Americas Procurement practice.

Prior to joining Bain in 2000, he worked in corporate development at Hughes Electronics/DIRECTV and was an investment banking analyst at Salomon Brothers.   

Dave holds an MBA from The Wharton School, where he was a Palmer Scholar, and a BA in economics from Cornell University, where he graduated Phi Beta Kappa.

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