Rami Rafih leads Boston Consulting Group’s economic advantage of nations work globally, and leads the Global Advantage practice in the Middle East. He is a core member of BCG’s Public Sector and Principal Investors & Private Equity (PIPE) practices. Rami has worked with sovereign wealth funds (SWFs), and government ministries and authorities in Europe, GCC countries, North Africa, and Southeast Asia, covering several economic sectors as well as topics such as foreign direct investment attraction, innovation hubs and clusters, special economic zones (SEZs), export promotion, and talent attraction.

Rami's present focus is mainly government support of the private sector (including national champions and SMEs), trade and investment, and globalization. While at BCG, Rami has advised a large number of government entities and funds, working with these clients on developing strategic roadmaps; segmenting customers; building product and services portfolios; and developing governance, operating, and financial models, as well as organizational structures.

He is a board member of several associations and NGOs in Lebanon.


  • MSC, Diplôme Grande École, Hautes Etudes Commerciales (HEC Paris)
  • BEng, computer and communication engineering, American University of Beirut (AUB)