Managing Director & Partner
Santiago Ferrer joined Boston Consulting Group in 2010 and has worked in the New York, Chile, and Los Angeles offices. He supports clients across real estate, infrastructure, business services, industrials, and the public sector across a range of topics including strategy, operating model and organizational design, and transformation.
Santiago is BCG’s North America lead for real estate and the recruiting partner for the Los Angeles office. Before joining BCG, he worked for the United Nations in economic development and peacekeeping operations.
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