Managing Director & Senior Partner
Federico Muxí is a core member of the Financial Institutions, Corporate Development, and Strategy practices at Boston Consulting Group. He is a member of the firm’s Center for Digital Government and currently the Office Administrator for both the Buenos Aires and Santiago offices. He previously served as People Head for the Spanish South America System.
Since joining BCG fulltime in 2002, Federico has worked extensively throughout Latin America for clients in the financial services sector, including leading retail and corporate banks, wealth and asset managers, card issuers, processors and acquirers, and insurance companies. He has successfully led many clients through digital transformations.
Federico takes an active and leading role in BCG’s Social Impact activities and is a member of the Advisory Board at Techo Argentina. Prior to joining BCG, he worked as a product manager at Citibank N.A.
Las ventas digitales y, por tanto, el marketing digital tienen un potencial enorme para las compañías y sus negocios. En los últimos años, hemos constatado que aquellas compañías que emplean campañas basadas en mejores prácticas de marketing digital mejoran su adquisición y retención de clientes y su imagen de marca.
As empresas que usam campanhas baseadas nas melhores práticas de marketing digital melhoram a aquisição, a retenção e a imagem da marca de seus clientes.
The wealth market is changing. To win over the next five years, leading firms will leave business as usual behind and commit to bold plays and new ways of working.
What do retail and wholesale banks gain by tackling customer pain points? Their share of $1 trillion in new revenue over ten years.
BCG’s 18th annual report on global and regional personal wealth examines how advanced analytics are emerging as a differentiator for successful wealth managers.
BCG’s 17th annual study takes a comprehensive look at key trends in the wealth management industry, including how private wealth has evolved globally and regionally.
Although the digital crescendo in payments is under way, few clear leaders have emerged—and incumbents still have a good chance to become principals in the orchestra.
Banks that act decisively are in a prime position to be a core partner in corporate treasurers’ digital transformations.
BCG’s 14th annual study of the payments business explores shifting industry dynamics and the steps that diverse types of institutions must take to succeed.
Female investors and millennials, currently underserved by wealth managers, have distinct characteristics that relatively few wealth managers are mining to their full extent.
Three major trends have altered—and will continue to alter—the face of wealth management: tightening regulation, accelerating digital innovation, and shifting needs in traditional client segments.