Managing Director & Senior Partner
Jürgen Rogg is the global leader of Boston Consulting Group’s Digital and Technology in Financial Institutions topic. He also is the leader of BCG’s Technology Advantage practice in Switzerland.
Jürgen’s clients include wealth managers, private and retail banks, and insurance companies, in Switzerland and abroad. He supports them on a variety of strategic topics, including strategic differentiation, product and service offerings, process, operations, IT, and M&A. In addition, Jürgen plays an instrumental role in digital transformations for financial institutions.
Prior to joining BCG in 2009, Jürgen was an executive director at a leading international bank, where he led digital and technology change programs in Switzerland, Europe, and Asia-Pacific.
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