Managing Director & Partner
Karthik Valluru is a core member of Boston Consulting Group’s Industrial Goods practice and leads metals and mining in North America. He also leads the firm’s work in divestiture and carveouts for North America. His areas of focus include industrial goods, medtech, operations, and corporate development. Karthik has extensive experience in leading large-scale transformation efforts, spin-offs/carveouts, strategy business build, and procurement operations.
Prior to joining BCG, Karthik worked as a Financial Controller at Beiersdorf AG and Tata Teleservices in Mumbai. He is qualified as a Chartered Accountant from the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India.
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