Ho Chi Minh City
It's easy to overlook Vietnam's remarkable achievements given current economic conditions. However, few countries can claim as much success as Vietnam at converting economic gains into clear social-development outcomes, such as increased life expectancy, educational attainment, social harmony, and gender equality.
Douglas (Doug) Jackson is a core member of the Financial Institutions, Global Advantage, Marketing, Sales & Pricing, People & Organization, and Public Sector practice at Boston Consulting Group.
Since joining BCG in 2008, Doug’s client work has focused mainly on the banking sector. He has acquired deep expertise and practical, hands-on experience in corporate strategy development, network transformation, retail, commercial banking, and risk management
Prior to joining BCG, Doug was a country manager with A.T. Kearney. From 2008 to 2010, he served as chief operating office while on secondment to a BCG commercial banking client.
Vietnam is among the global leaders in converting wealth into the well-being of citizens. But the country must address three key areas to sustain its growth.
The number of middle-class and affluent households are growing faster in Vietnam and Myanmar than in any other Southeast Asian nation. Now is the time for companies to focus on their strategy.