Managing Director & Partner
Alejandro Tfeli joined Boston Consulting Group as a summer consultant in Buenos Aires in 2011. He returned to BCG Buenos Aires-Santiago as a full-time consultant in 2012. He is a core member of the firm’s Financial Institutions practice and leads the firm’s work in payments and transactional banking for Spanish-speaking South America.
Since joining BCG, Alejandro’s work has covered all aspects of the payments value chain, including merchant acquirers, issuing, processors, ATM networks, bill payments, and payment fintechs.
Alejandro currently serves as marketing node for Buenos Aires. He held the associate recruiting director position from 2014 to 2019.
Before coming to BCG, Alejandro worked in business development at Itaú Bank and Accenture South Cone.
BCG’s 20th annual study of the global payments industry examines how all participants in the payments ecosystem—including acquirers, issuers, networks, wholesale transaction banks, and fintechs—can raise their game by pursuing new strategies for growth.
Innovation is opening significant opportunities, but emboldened competitors are tightening the time frame for pursuing them.
Despite crisis-related dislocations, payments players can unleash long-term growth by acting decisively now to mitigate near-term risks, gain scale, and deliver superior customer impact.