Since joining Boston Consulting Group in 2000, Ant Roediger has worked in both the private and public sectors across Europe, Asia, and the Pacific. He has served as the firm’s managing partner for Australia and New Zealand. Anthony has worked in industries including infrastructure, transportation, and energy; education, health, housing, and social services; media and communications; and government financing and resourcing.

He is an expert on strategy and new business models, as well as governance and organization including large-scale change and skills transfer. He has worked with major corporations in Europe, Australia, and Asia, and with governments and other public institutions across Australia, New Zealand, Asia, the Middle East, and the UK. He is a member of BCG’s Center for Digital Government and previously headed BCG’s Public Sector practice in Asia Pacific. He is also a member of the firm’s People & Organization practice, and previously led the internal people development function for Asia Pacific.

Anthony has been involved with BCG's social impact work for 20 years, including deep involvement with First Nations development in Australia and as a Board Director of Jawun.

Prior to joining BCG, Anthony worked as a corporate lawyer in Melbourne and London.


  • Master of Law (BCL First Class - IP and competition law), Oxford University
  • Bachelor of Economics, Adelaide University
  • Bachelor of Law (Honours), Adelaide University


  • Rhodes Scholar, Oxford University