The global banking industry continues to recover after the financial crisis, but according to a new Firm report, "The Road Back: McKinsey Global Banking Annual Review 2014," many banks still need to make significant changes in culture, compliance, and business models to continue the momentum. The findings also suggest that all banks need to make the transition to digital; the only question is when. During this session, our experts will share how getting the regulatory, cultural and digital decisions right can add enormous value, and why strategy matters more than ever. They will also discuss why banks that are executing on regulation-savvy and customer-centric strategies are enjoying the strongest gains. Read More..
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Global Managing Director Dominic Barton and Director Bob Sternfels, who leads the Firm's work in new client service delivery, will offer an exclusive look at how the Firm is reinventing itself to meet our clients' ever-changing needs, and how the Firm is evolving in three key areas to do so: new global reach, new insights, and new delivery. Dom and Bob will also discuss how these exciting innovations affect client service and people models more broadly. The session will build on Dom’s 2014 webcast with Clay Christensen, "Disruptive Innovation in Consulting." Read More..
In this week's 14 alumni headlines, three alumnae are named to The Deal Magazine's inaugural list of the 50 most powerful women in Australia; Cédric Moret will become the new CEO of ELCA Group; Hannes Wittig will join Deutsche Telekom as Head of Investor Relations; under Jørgen Knudstorp's leadership, LEGO is named the world's most powerful brand; Muriel De Lathouwer is named CEO of EVS Broadcast Equipment; and more. Read More..
Yasmin's social enterprise She Leads Africa is dedicated to investing in women entrepreneurs who have the potential to create global enterprises and effect change on a large scale. Read More..
In this week's 22 alumni headlines, Helge Lund joins BG Group as CEO; Dana Dunne is named the new CEO of eDreams ODIGEO; Benjy Karsch joins Revlon as CMO of its Consumer Division; Stephanie Coyles is elected to the board of Metro Inc.; Ewa Szmidt-Belcarz is named CEO of Poland's Empik Sp. z o.o.; Patrick Bérard is named SVP, Rexel Europe; and more. Read More..
January's 89 alumni stories feature a number of achievements and prominent appointments, including: Margo Georgiadis joins the board of McDonald's; Andy Slavitt is named the U.S.'s Acting Medicare Chief; Doug Pendergast joins Quiznos as President and CEO; Tomoko Namba becomes the first woman to own a baseball team in Japan; Coralie Piton is named Director of Group Strategy at Fnac; Philippe Salle will join Elior Participations as Chairman and CEO; Pete Raby will become the new CEO of Morgan Advanced Materials; Anoop Prakash builds the Harley-Davidson brand in India; and many more. Please click 'Read More' for an overview of all of January's alumni headlines, organized by industry. Read More..
In this week's 16 alumni headlines, Simone Rossi joins the board of EDF Group; Kotaro Ueda is named Chief Strategy Officer of Benesse Corporation; Andreas Biagosch joins WACKER's Supervisory Board; Isobel Coleman is confirmed as a U.S. Representative to the UN; Chris Walters joins Encompass Digital Media as CEO; Anders Carlström joins Standard Chartered as Head of Digital Banking; and more. Read More..
Ten alumni have been named to the Debrett's 500, a list of the most influential people in Britain. The Firm's own Vivian Hunt, head of the UK and Dublin Offices, was also included on the list. Read More..
In this week's 23 alumni headlines, Lincoln Pan is named CEO of Willis China; Coralie Piton takes the role of Director of Group Strategy at Fnac; Jenny Zhang is named President of China Lodging Group; Margo Georgiadis joins McDonald's board of directors; Luca D'Agnese is named Head of the LatAm Region at Enel; Pete Raby will become the new CEO of Morgan Advanced Materials; Daniel Tsai is appointed Assistant Secretary of Massachusetts' Medicare program, MassHealth; and more. Read More..
In this week's 23 alumni headlines, Philippe Salle will join Elior Participations as Chairman and CEO; Ron Delia is named CEO of Amcor; Tomoko Namba becomes the first woman to own a baseball team in Japan; Joe Jordan is named CEO of FedBid; Warren Kudman joins Turner Construction as CIO; Mary Harris joins the board of Reckitt Benckiser Group; and more. Read More..