Managing Director & Senior Partner
Ashish Garg is a member of Boston Consulting Group’s Center for Digital Government, and a core member of the Financial Institutions and Public Sector practices. He leads BCG’s work in skilling, capital markets, and wealth management in India.
Ashish has deep experience in new operating models, channels, organization structure, people strategies, and operations. He has been involved in numerous long-tenure transformation programs, as well as having led and delivered on very large programs. Recently, he led a complex three-way bank post-merger integration to realize the overall vision of the merger. The success of the PMI led to further mergers in the sector. In addition, Ashish is supporting an in-depth reforms agenda program for all public sector banks, covering a variety of facets, including building new-age digital capabilities. In the past, Ashish has been associated with many marquee clients as they enable digital government. In addition to his Indian clients—private sector, public sector, and multi-national corporations— Ashish has served clients in Europe, the US, Hong Kong, and mainland China.
Ashish is experienced in skilling development and has been experimenting with many ideas including digital ecosystems, to solve complicated skilling issues through public-private partnerships. He currently serves on the Board of Governors of the Indian Institute of Management in Sambalpur.
This report discusses both the ‘tech’ and ‘non-tech’ dimensions of the ODE approach, establishes the key building blocks of ODEs, estimates the potential benefits and identifies critical risks, and charts a roadmap for the successful adoption and implementation of ‘responsible’ ODEs.
The Asset Management industry in India has the potential to cross INR 100 trillion in AuM in the twenties. Reaching the INR 100 trillion vision during the mid-twenties can help the industry become the 11-13th largest asset management industry in the world from its current standing of 17th largest asset management industry.
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The Financial Services Practice released this report along with The Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) and Indian Bank's Association (IBA) titled From 5 Star to 7 Star in Productivity—Excellence in Banking with Customer and Employee Centricity.
The report was released in partnership with Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industries (FICCI) and Indian Banks’ Association (IBA), highlights ten major trends that will shape the Indian banking industry in the coming decade, identifies two critical challenges the industry faces and outlines key recommendations for the industry, stakeholders and the Government.