Senior Knowledge Expert, Team Manager
Michael Leyh is Team Manager for Digital and IT Transformation in Banking at The Boston Consulting Group. He leads the Digital Acceleration Index and the European IT Benchmarking in Banking study. Michael joined the firm in 2012.
Michael is an expert in large-scale IT transformations in banking, and digital transformations across several industries. While at BCG, he has led agile teams on projects that included app development, marketing, and content development.
Before joining BCG, Michael held positions at Deutsche Post/DHL, HSBC, and Deutsche Bank.
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