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Mohammed Badi leads The Boston Consulting Group’s transaction banking segment globally.

Within the financial services sector, Mohammed focuses on supporting clients on topics across the payments value chain. His clients include credit card issuers, networks, acquirers, and processers, as well as merchants. He has worked with clients on topics such as co-brand/private label efforts (negotiation and relationship optimization), growth strategy, cost optimization, and disruption.

Prior to joining BCG, Mohammed was a NASA scientist, the Vice President of Engineering for Athena Technologies (a wireless medical device startup in Silicon Valley), an RF Design Engineer for ID Systems Inc., and an independent engineering consultant.

Mohammed has served as a Fellow on the faculty of Electrical Engineering at Stanford University and is currently an Adjunct Professor for New York University’s Stern School of Business.

Areas of Expertise

  • Leads BCG's transaction banking segment globally
  • Leads BCG's payments team in North America
  • Retail banking
  • Target operating model

Education

  • PhD, Stanford University
  • MS, Stanford University
  • BS, Stanford University
  • BA, with distinction, Stanford University
Experts
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