Tony Goland leads the firm’s efforts to promote global financial inclusion. He draws on many years of experience working with the top management of leading financial institutions.
Much of Tony’s financial inclusion work has centered on developing innovative strategies, piloting new approaches, scaling for impact, and promoting financial literacy to help people make more informed decisions. Forging partnerships between financial institutions, and the public and social sectors is often integral to achieving social benefit in economically sustainable ways—particularly in gaining trusted, “last mile” access to customers.
Drawing on his extensive financial sector expertise, Tony’s recent projects have included helping clients increase market share, improve organizational performance, transform culture and attract new talent.
Since joining McKinsey in 1985, Tony has helped clients address their most challenging strategy, operations and organization issues, and build their capabilities to successfully implement. Tony has served private, public and social sector clients across four continents.
Tony has served on the Board of Trustees of the University of Delaware and he graduated with high distinction as a Baker Scholar from the Harvard Graduate School of Business. He currently serves on the advisory board for the Center For Financial Inclusion; he is a member of the Under-served Advisory Council (UAC) of the Atlanta Life Financial Group (ALFG); and he is the Treasurer of Peaceable Farm, Inc., the non-profit horse rescue led by his wife, Anne.
“Global Financial Inclusion,” compendium of articles, McKinsey & Company, Fall, 2010
“Two trillion and counting: Assessing the credit gap for micro, small, and medium-size enterprises in the developing world,” McKinsey Quarterly, October 2010
“Half the World is Unbanked,” Financial Access Initiative Framing Note, October 2009
“And the winner is…: Capturing the value of philanthropic prizes,” McKinsey & Company, 2009
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