Managing Director & Partner; Global Leader, Corporate Finance & Strategy Practice
Ryoji Kimura is a global leader of Boston Consulting Group’s Corporate Finance & Strategy practice. He is also a core member of the firm’s Technology, Media & Telecommunications practice and BCG Turn, the firm’s turnaround and transformation practice.
Ryoji works closely with clients in the manufacturing, telecommunications, and media industries on corporate and business strategy, new business building, scenario planning, business model innovation strategy, transformation, and turnaround. He is passionate about helping client organizations make sustainable project and program impact.
Before joining BCG, he worked as a loan officer for North Africa at Japan Bank for International Cooperation.
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