Managing Director & Senior Partner
Jean-Werner de t’Serclaes joined Boston Consulting Group in September 1999. He worked in the Paris and Madrid offices of BCG before moving to Colombia in 2013 to open the firm’s local franchise. He returned to Paris in early 2019 and is a current member of the French management team in charge of business development. He leads BCG’s Financial Institutions practice for Western Europe, South America, and Africa, as well as the Fintech Control Tower.
Jean-Werner has deep experience in large digital transformations and turnaround programs for leading players in both Europe and South America.
Before joining the firm, Jean-Werner worked as an Analyst for Merrill Lynch in the area of principal investment activity. He is fluent in English, French, and Spanish, and also speaks some German and Portuguese.
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