Baldwin Bell Green is led by a Managing Board with all partners being shareholders of the firm. This ensures the entrepreneurial spirit of the firm is carried through to our client work.
Thomas D. Steiner, New York
Tom Steiner is the Managing Partner of Baldwin Bell Green. Mr. Steiner was the co-Founder and Managing Partner of Mitchell Madison Group for the five years until its sale to USWeb/CKS in 1999. Prior to founding Mitchell Madison Group in 1994, Mr. Steiner had established and led the Financial Service/Institutions Practice for A.T. Kearney following a long tenure as a partner of McKinsey & Company. In addition to his management roles, Mr. Steiner has been a practicing consultant for the past 30 years and has spent much of his time managing and directing a broad range of strategy, organization, operations and information technology studies for financial institutions, manufacturing, technology and telecommunications firms.
Mr. Steiner's focus for the past two decades has been on the impact of technology and other factors on the maturing process of industries. His particular emphasis has been on industry restructuring and shifting economic value as a result of technology and other factors.Over the past two decades he has spoken with approximately 90 firms in more than 20 countries on a wide range of general management issues. Mr. Steiner is co-author of the books, Technology and Banking: Creating Value and Destroying Profits published by Dow-Jones Irwin and The Banking Revolution: Salvation or Slaughter, published by FT/Pitman Publishing.
He is an honors graduate of Dartmouth College and a member of Phi Beta Kappa. He has a JD from Harvard Law School and practiced law for three years in New York with Mudge, Rose, Guthrie & Alexander. Mr. Steiner also received an MBA from Harvard Business School where he was a George F. Baker Scholar.
Steven Runin, New York
Steven Runin is a co-Founder and Partner of Baldwin Bell Green. He was a Partner and co-Founder of Mitchell Madison Group where he was the Partner responsible for managing the firm's infrastructure and systems while also serving a range of clients on consulting engagements. Mr. Runin has served clients in the telecommunications, media/entertainment, industrial and technology provider industries.
In his over 20 years as a management consultant, Mr. Runin has been involved in a variety of strategy, organization and operations engagements, primarily focusing on the uses of technology within the banking and securities industries. He has conducted a range of engagements focusing on cost management including addressing areas such as sourcing, expense MIS, and procurement organization design. He also played a leadership role in developing the firm’s Learning Services Practice following the merger of Mitchell Madison Group with USWeb/CKS in 1999. Prior to helping establish Mitchell Madison Group in 1994, Mr. Runin helped form the Financial Institutions/Services Practice of A.T. Kearney. Previously, Mr. Runin was a consultant with McKinsey & Company where he was an active member of both McKinsey’s Financial Institutions and Information Technology/Systems Practices.
Mr. Runin received an MBA from the Graduate School of Business of the University of Southern California and a joint BA in Film and Political Science from Syracuse University.
John Shuck, New York
John Shuck is a Partner with Baldwin Bell Green. Mr. Shuck has over 25 years of consulting experience and line management experieince at leading financial institutions, particularly within the insurance sector. He spent nine years in several senior executive roles at the Zurich Financial Services Group. He has extensive experience in technology, outsourcing of complex functions, global sourcing of labor costs, and business acquisition/disposition.
Earlier in his career, Mr. Shuck was a partner ay McKinsey & Company and led the Scandinavia financial services practice (including insurance). He was also part of the Firm's leadership group in its New York insurance practice. He also led the financial services practice for Everest Group, a boutique consultant focusing on advice for major outsourcing transactions. In this role he advised several major insurance companies on the outsourcing of IT infrastructure, applications development, procurement and human resources.
Mr. Shuck began his career as a lawyer with the Wall Street firm of Simpson Thatcher & Bartlett. Mr. Shuck received an MBA and a JD from the University of Chicago and a BA from Amherst College.