Managing Director & Partner
Alex Dolya joined Boston Consulting Group in 2010. He works in many different industries globally on strategic issues related to procurement and supply chain, large capital projects, energy transition, ESG and sustainability, transformation, post-merger integration (PMI), and digital.
Alex is part of the BCG Global Leadership Team for procurement and supply chain as well as large capital projects, focused on energy (oil and gas, power and utilities, and renewables), as well as resources and mining. Alex is the Asia Pacific leader for procurement work across all industries, as well as part of the BCG Asia Pacific leadership team for the Energy practice. Specifically, he leads that practice in Indonesia, working with major energy companies, state-owned enterprises (SOE), governments, and regulators on issues related to energy transition, climate, growth, digital, operating model, and efficiency.
Prior to joining BCG, Alex was with Morgan Stanley in Singapore. He is a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Charterholderand Chartered Accountant (ACCA) Charterholder.
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