Partner & Associate Director
Clemens Elgeti joined Boston Consulting Group in 2014 in Munich and transferred to New York in 2015 before returning to Germany and the Hamburg office in 2020. He is a core member of the global Risk & Compliance practice at the firm, and a leader for Balance Sheet Optimization and Treasury.
Clemens’s work for financial and corporate clients has included large-scale transformations, post-merger integrations, strategy projects, and engagements focused on treasury and balance sheet optimization.
Before joining BCG, Clemens worked as a consultant for Treasury and Risk Management at KPMG. He is a CFA Charterholder.
This is no time for complacency. The improving interest rate environment may provide temporary relief, but banks need to use this cushion to fund their transformation.
The status quo is no longer sustainable. With bank profitability under pressure, treasurers must improve efficiency, optimize financial resource management, and fast-track digitization.
By accelerating digitization, bank treasuries can potentially increase average net interest income contributions by 10% to 15%.
BCG’s 2018 Treasury Benchmarking Survey, the fifth in a biennial series, continues the story of how treasuries have responded to one of the most challenging periods in banking history. For most, it has been a journey of significant and, in some cases, profound change.
Banks that reform their treasury operating models can better manage their liquidity, risk, and balance sheet performance and gain an edge over their peers.