Martin Grossmann joined Boston Consulting Group in 2012. He is a core member of the global Financial Institutions and Risk & Compliance practices at Boston Consulting Group. His project work is focused on treasury, finance, bank steering, and balance sheet optimization (management of P&L and financial resources) for various financial institutions in Europe, Asia, and North America.

In his client work at BCG, Martin has worked on several projects focused on asset liability management (ALM), operating model and transformation of the treasury function, liquidity management (liquidity buffer, liquidity coverage ratio/LCR, net stable funding ratio/NSFR), IRRBB (interest rate risk of the banking book), FTP (funds transfer pricing), and post-merger integration at large banks globally.

Before joining the firm, Martin worked as a consultant for Financial Risk Management at KPMG.