Matthew joined the London Office of BCG in January 2016. In 2023, with the launch of BCG X, Matthew moved into the leadership team of the BCG X.DeepTech line-of-business, where he is now working to bring the disruptive opportunities unlocked by deep digital technologies such as metaverse, generative AI, decentralisation, and intelligent automation to BCG's clients and businesses.

Over the last seven and a half years, Matthew has been involved in a wide variety of ventures, starting as the CTO of Coup in 2016 and moving on to director, advisor, and other senior engineering leadership roles in a variety of industries such as industrial goods, finance and insurance tech, mobility, resources, e-commerce, and private equity. During his time at BCG, Matthew has been involved in the ideation, incubation, and launch of almost 30 internal or publicly launched client ventures.

Before joining BCG, Matthew delivered highly complex technology systems in the telecommunications, financial services, and payments sectors. Working with start-ups, product teams, and consulting organizations from Australia, Asia, Europe, and the Middle East, Matthew has helped build everything from network analyzers and flight simulators to high performance mission-critical EFT payment transaction switches, and online and mobile banking and shared mobility platforms. He has been involved in a number of startups in Australia, as well as consulting with banks and financial institutions with Carpadium Consulting.


  • MBA, Australian Graduate School of Management
  • Bachelor of Information Science, University of Newcastle