Emeritus Senior Partner & Senior Advisor
Jorge Becerra is a member of the Center for Digital Government at Boston Consulting Group. He has led BCG’s Financial Institutions practice in South America since he opened BCG’s first office in the region in 1995. Jorge is also a leader of the Transformation and People & Organization practices. He previously founded and led BCG’s Miami, Buenos Aires, and Santiago offices and actively supported the opening and development of BCG´s Sao Paulo, Bogotá, and Lima offices.
Jorge’s experience at BCG includes projects in Latin America, Europe, and North America assisting clients in the development of national and regional strategies, joint ventures, and the development of new business opportunities. He has worked in a broad range of sectors, including financial services, payments and wealth management, retail, telecom, and mining.
Before joining BCG, Jorge worked for CPC (Corn Product Corp, today Unilever Best Foods) in Buenos Aires and as an assistant professor of financial planning at the Universidad Nacional de Buenos Aires.
Jorge currently serves in the International and Chilean Advisory Boards of Endeavor Global and Endeavor Chile, Un Techo para Mi País (TECHO) and IAE Business School. He is an active participant representing BCG at World Economic Forum Latin American meetings, and is a frequent speaker at national and regional industry forums.
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