Roy Choudhury is a member of Boston Consulting Group’s Financial Institutions practice, and leads BCG’s capital markets work in North America. He has considerable expertise in the front-to-back trade lifecycle across all major asset classes, financial and non-financial risk management, corporate treasury, and balance sheet management.

Roy is also the lead for climate and sustainability for financial institutions clients. He helps leading global banks deliver on their net zero commitment; build capabilities to scale and accelerate energy transition commercial opportunities; and build risk management capabilities to meet heightened expectations from regulators.

Roy has led BCG’s work with the Global Financial Markets Association (GFMA) on climate and sustainability, and was the lead author on three reports resulting from this work: Climate Finance Markets & the Real Economy, Global Guiding Principles for Developing Climate Finance Taxonomies, and Unlocking the Potential of Carbon Markets to Achieve Global Net Zero.

Roy is an industry thought leader on the transformative potential of digital assets and distributed ledger technology in capital markets. He has led BCG collaborations with the World Economic Forum GFMA. He was a member of the Alternative Reference Rate Committee (ARRC) and co-chaired the Operations & Infrastructure Working Group focused on post-trade life cycle impact of LIBOR transition on fixed income, derivatives, securitization, and loans. Prior to joining BCG, Roy was a Partner at EY for 13 years, leading the Capital Markets and Corporate Treasury practice in New York and London.


  • MBA in Finance from Melbourne Business School
  • Chartered Accountant, The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India
  • Bachelor of Commerce, Mumbai University