Managing Director & Senior Partner
Mumbai - Nariman Point
Alpesh Shah leads Boston Consulting Group's India office. He has extensive experience in the insurance, financial services, telecommunications, and technology sectors in Asia, specifically India.
Across the Asia Pacific region, Alpesh has assisted a variety of banks, finance and insurance companies, and telcos on topics including segment-specific strategy development, portfolio analysis, new business launch, breakout growth strategy development, pricing, channel effectiveness, operational efficiency enhancement, cost management and reduction, post-merger integration, business divestiture, and implementation support.
Alpesh is the author of many reports on topics including insurance, payments, digital lending, and the India internet economy. He is also a member of the FICCI Insurance Committee and the CII Asset Management Committee in India
Prior to joining BCG in 2000, he was associated with Booz Allen & Hamilton.
Alpesh shares a message for future BCGers 25 years from now.
BCG in association with the India Insurtech Association (IIA) has released the second edition of the Insurtech report that identifies the current trends in the industry, based on perspectives gathered from multiple stakeholders including Insurers, Insurtechs, and key distribution players.
This report, authored jointly with India Insurtech Association, captures the Indian and global Insurtech landscape, trends focusing on the innovations being enabled by Insurtechs and methods to increase collaboration between the insurers and Insurtechs.
Ayon Banerjee writes with Alpesh Shah in their LinkedIn article about three key priorities business leaders will need to navigate the turbulence of the COVID-19 pandemic going forward.
The Asset Management industry in India has the potential to cross INR 100 trillion in AuM in the twenties. Reaching the INR 100 trillion vision during the mid-twenties can help the industry become the 11-13th largest asset management industry in the world from its current standing of 17th largest asset management industry.
In every area of insurance, traditional insurers can use the internet, mobile technology, and social media to fend off new rivals and get ahead of longtime competitors.