Simon Bartletta is a core member of Boston Consulting Group’s Financial Institutions practice. He led BCG's Boston office for the past six years. Simon advises financial services institutions on a variety of strategic, operational, and organizational issues in the areas of asset and wealth management, capital markets, and retail banking. He is a former co-leader of BCG Turn in North America.

Simon has led many major performance-improvement programs for large financial services players and companies in a variety of other industries. These have focused on restructuring and delayering, redesigning operating models and leaning processes, and significant cost- and revenue-improvement programs. He has worked on postmerger integrations of leading global financial entities and large-asset-servicing banks and has also developed growth strategies for a number of his clients.

Before joining BCG in 2000, Simon was a senior consultant with Booz Allen Hamilton in Virginia, where he worked on large-scale business process reengineering ranging from operations and organization design through implementation and change management.


  • MBA, with distinction, University of Michigan Ross School of Business
  • BS, industrial engineering, Lehigh University