Managing Director & Senior Partner;
Neeraj Aggarwal is the regional chair of the Asia Pacific region for The Boston Consulting Group and a member of the Executive Committee. He oversees BCG’s business in Australia, China, India, Japan, South Korea, and Southeast Asia. Prior to this Neeraj had led the BCG India office since 2015. Neeraj has 20 years of experience with clients in the technology, financial services, and consumer sectors. He has worked with clients across geographies ranging across India, Europe, Southeast Asia, the Middle East, and North America.
In recent years, Neeraj has worked closely with sectors that have been at the forefront of considerable change in India. Neeraj has deep experience in driving transformative change in both large and ambitious mid-sized organizations. He has worked on issues including business strategy, sales force effectiveness, digital disruption, operations excellence, and organization design. More recently, Neeraj has focused much of his work on the disruptive impact of digital across businesses.
Neeraj is very passionate about using technology to leapfrog development and large-scale change in India. He has been playing a very active role in mobile payments and financial inclusion, leveraging his cross-industry expertise. Neeraj is a member of the firm’s global client service team, which focuses on transforming BCG's engagement model with clients. In the past, he has also headed recruiting and operations at BCG in India.
Neeraj is the author of multiple reports across technology, media, and financial services. Over the years, Neeraj has worked with numerous committees associated with India's Ministry of Finance, Telecom, CII, AIMA and NASSCOM.
Prior to joining BCG, Neeraj was a senior member of technical staff at Cadence Design Systems, an electronic design automation (EDA) company.
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