Managing Director & Partner
Nathalia Bellizia is a core member of Boston Consulting Group’s Insurance practice. She is the global leader for Corporate Finance & Strategy in Insurance. Nathi has deep expertise in growth, innovation, portfolio optimization, total shareholder return (TSR), corporate development, and transformation. She specializes in property and casualty, working across the value chain on topics like distribution, underwriting, and operations.
Nathi rejoined BCG in 2018, after working at Marsh & McLennan Companies in strategy and corporate development.
US P&C insurers have performed well compared to their international counterparts. However, outperformance in the current macroeconomic environment demands a laser focus on profitable growth.
Disaggregating companies’ total shareholder return is telling. Profitable growth is essential to sustaining long-term value creation because it contributes to each component of TSR.
As the energy transition picks up pace, the energy market is transforming for the low carbon world. What does this mean for insurers, and how can they seize the opportunities of this unknown and rapidly growing market?
Connected devices are becoming ubiquitous in the industry. It’s time for commercial property and casualty insurers to seize this opportunity.
Executives have ambitious plans to reimagine customer engagement, ways of working, and growth strategies.
A look at the world’s 100 largest stock-listed insurers shows the advantage of having a strong operating model and advanced digital capabilities.
They remain a critical source of information and guidance, a survey shows—even with the pandemic having pushed many activities online.
Change management has leaped to the top of executives’ agenda as insurers struggle to improve customer engagement.
After decades of little innovation, life insurance distribution—and particularly the agency channel—is on the cusp of significant change.
E-brokers and digital insurance carriers are giving small businesses new ways to buy insurance. BCG and Morgan Stanley quantify the impact on the market.