Claudio Chittaro has been with The Boston Consulting Group since 2015. He is an ambassador at the BCG Henderson Institute, supporting the Center for Macroeconomics (CME). As a member of the CME, Claudio contributes to developing and articulating BCG's views on key macroeconomic topics, especially translating macroeconomic trends for senior clients and BCG leadership. He is a core group member of BCG’s Financial Institutions practice and a member of the risk management team.
Claudio’s main areas of focus are defining frameworks for the measurement, management, monitoring, and reporting of various risk types; assessing the impact of new regulations on business models and products; defining a target operating model for risk management functions; and developing portfolio optimization and portfolio management measures.
While at BHI, Claudio will focus on topics related to the growth and humanity of companies. Prior to joining BCG, Claudio worked for more than four years as a financial analyst for Generali Investment Europe.
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