Jeffrey Chua is a member of Boston Consulting Group’s Center for Digital Government. He is a core member of the firm’s Industrial Goods and Public Sector practices, and a member of BCG’s Audit and Risk Committee.

Jeffrey works at the intersection of business strategy and government policy, specifically in the transportation and infrastructure sector. His expertise spans asset life cycles and types, and he works closely with governments, investors, and top management on strategy, economic development, public-private partnerships, and large-program management. His recent client work has covered the future of mobility and its impact on infrastructure planning. 

Jeffrey helps clients adopt digital technologies to transform their core businesses, create new businesses, and build next-generation leadership capabilities for success in an increasingly competitive environment. He also works with sovereign wealth funds and principal investors to conduct strategic due diligence, maximize post-deal value, and redesign operating models. He has helped governments develop programs to improve productivity in labor-intensive industries such as construction. 

Before joining BCG in 1999, Jeffrey was a director at the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce in Singapore and Hong Kong and a design engineer at Sony Corporation in Japan.


  • MBA, MIT Sloan School of Management
  • B. Eng, with first-class honors, electrical engineering, National University of Singapore


  • Member, Singapore’s National Productivity Council, 2012–2016