Managing Director & Senior Partner
André Xavier leads Boston Consulting Group's Financial Institutions practice in Brazil and is a core member of the firm's Insurance, Consumer, Industrial Goods, Operations, Corporate Development, and Strategy practices. He joined BCG Los Angeles in 1999, transferring to São Paulo in 2003.
In his more than 20 years as a consultant, André has focused on strategy, operational improvement, and the optimization of key go-to-market levers in the financial, industrial, and consumer sectors. He supports multiple leading companies in his native Brazil as well as across North and South America and Europe.
In 2015, he coauthored “Desenvolvimento do Mercado de Capitais no Brasil: temas para reflexão,” a book that discusses recent trends in the Brazilian capital markets and aims to further their development.
Prior to joining BCG, André worked as a consultant for Booz-Allen & Hamilton in São Paulo and New York.
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Banks need to start acting like digital giants before digital giants act like banks.
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