Managing Director & Partner
Mohammad Khan is a core member of the Financial Institutions practice at Boston Consulting Group. His clients span retail and commercial banks, sovereign wealth funds, and financial regulators; and he works with them on a broad range of topics including strategy, transformation, and product design.
Mohammad’s recent work includes leading a large-scale efficiency optimization program for a large universal bank, developing the growth strategy for a leading digital bank, and supporting the end-to-end design and launch of a greenfield digital bank. He has also worked with principal investors on a variety of topics including value creation for existing assets, as well as supporting clients in designing and executing the set-up of new business ventures within the financial services and payments space.
Mohammad serves as the Middle East payments lead for BCG and is a frequent speaker and panelist on the topic.
Before coming to BCG, Mohammad worked at Booz & Company, and before that, he was an analyst at General Electric Capital in the US.
Competition in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) banking sector is intensifying as customer demands and expectations continue to increase, according to our recent study.
The banking sector in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) is becoming increasingly competitive as customer expectations continue to rise. This study by BCG examines the reasons behind customer attrition, as well as why customers remain loyal to their bank.