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Simon Bartletta is a core member of The Boston Consulting Group’s Financial Institutions practice. He led BCG's Boston office for the past six years. He advises financial services institutions on a variety of strategic, operational, and organizational issues in the areas of asset and wealth management, capital markets, and retail banking.

He also coleads BCG TURN in North America. BCG TURN helps clients deliver rapid, visible performance improvements in the short term while strengthening their organizations and positioning them to win in the future. Simon has led many major performance-improvement programs for large financial services players and companies in a variety of other industries. These have focused on restructuring and delayering, redesigning operating models and leaning processes, and significant cost- and revenue-improvement programs. He has worked on postmerger integrations of leading global financial entities and large-asset-servicing banks and has also developed growth strategies for a number of his clients.

Before joining BCG in 2000, Simon was a senior consultant with Booz Allen Hamilton in Virginia, where he worked on large-scale business process reengineering ranging from operations and organization design through implementation and change management.

Areas of Expertise

  • North America coleader, BCG TURN—turnaround, restructuring, and transformation
  • Financial services institutions
  • Large-scale change
  • Operations and organizational excellence
  • Large-scale transformation
  • Strategy
  • Organization redesign
  • Postmerger integration


  • MBA, with distinction, University of Michigan Ross School of Business
  • BS, industrial engineering, Lehigh University
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