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Jeffrey Chua

Senior Partner & Managing Director


Taking Action to Bridge the Infrastructure Gap

Governments must stop investing in infrastructure as they have done in previous decades. Instead, BCG’s Jeffrey Chua explains, they must clearly articulate and prioritize the most critical projects in infrastructure, formulate a holistic and integrated funding and financing strategy to address the deficit in infrastructure investment, enable and facilitate the use of the latest technologies to ensure that infrastructure investments today are future-proof, and build the government capacity and capabilities needed to address these challenges.

Jeffrey Chua is a member of the global leadership team of The Boston Consulting Group’s Industrial Goods practice and a core member of the firm’s Public Sector practice.

Since joining BCG in 1999, Jeffrey has worked at the intersection of business strategy and government policy, specifically in the transport and infrastructure sector. His expertise spans transport life cycles and covers urban infrastructure assets and topics. He works closely with governments, investors and top management on issues related to strategy, economic development, industrial policy, public-private partnership, and large-program management.

Jeffrey believes in building strong capabilities in his client organizations in order to deliver sustained impact. Recently he has strengthened such capabilities in clients undergoing a multiyear transformation.

Before joining BCG, Jeffrey was a director at Imperial Bank of Commerce in Singapore and Hong Kong and a design engineer at Sony Corporation in Japan.

Areas of Expertise

  • Leads BCG's global work in urban infrastructure and real estate
  • Growth strategy
  • Transport infrastructure
  • Economic development and public policy
  • Urbanization
  • Large-project management


  • MBA, MIT Sloan School of Management
  • BS, electrical engineering, first-class honors, National University of Singapore

Honors and Awards

  • Member of Singapore Government’s National Productivity Council and other advisory panels
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