McKinsey Russia

McKinsey in Russia

McKinsey & Company is a leading global management consulting firm. McKinsey has been working with leading organizations in Russia since 1993, serving a wide range of local and international clients, from oil and gas companies to banks and retail networks. McKinsey also works with state entities, international financial organizations, and cultural institutions in the country.

We search for the best talent and go to extraordinary lengths to help the people we hire to succeed by providing them with unrivaled opportunities for growth and global impact.

We apply our knowledge and experience to develop long-term perspectives. We are actively involved in debates on the most pressing issues and publish our latest thinking in the Vestnik McKinsey.

  • McKinsey Russia

    of McKinsey presence in Russia

  • 31 partners

    make up the Moscow office’s leadership group

  • have been completed since opening in 1993

Our people

  • Vitaly Klintsov

    Vitaly Klintsov

    Managing Partner, Russia, and CIS

    Leads large-scale transformation projects for public sector organizations, public corporations and major companies in different industries. He has extensive experience in developing competitive strategy and organizational capabilities, major project optimization, developing corporate culture and encouraging innovation. more

  • Darya Borisova

    Darya Borisova

    Senior Partner

    Leads the Operations Practice in EEMA region (Eastern Europe, CIS, Middle East, Turkey, and Africa). She focuses on serving clients in the oil & gas, chemicals, infrastructure, and logistics industries.more

  • Yermolai Solzhenitsyn

    Yermolai Solzhenitsyn

    Senior Partner

    Leads the EMEA (Europe, the CIS, Middle East and Africa) Metals & Mining Practice. He supports companies in the metals & mining, transportation and engineering sectors, and has broad experience of interaction with the public authorities in Russia.more

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Working at McKinsey Russia

McKinsey pays great attention to training its people. Although consultants primarily gain new knowledge in the course of their work—from their managers, more experienced colleagues, and experts—we also have a well-developed training system in place. From their very first days with the company and in later stages of their careers, consultants undertake special training, allowing them to develop knowledge in specific business areas and to masterskills related to teamwork and client interaction. McKinsey also helps its most talented employees to further their learning outside the firm. Over the last 5 years, some 50 business analysts from the Moscow office have earned MBAs from the world’s leading business schools. more

Recent publications

report | McKinsey Global Institute

Bridging global infrastructure gaps

June 2016–Global infrastructure systems are straining to meet demand, and the spending trajectory will lead to worsening gaps. But there are solutions to unlock financing and make the sector more productive.more

Rules for success in the new era
article | Vestnik McKinsey

CMO: Rules for success in the new era

The subject of corporate culture and organizational efficiency for businesses is very complex. The optimal organizational structure model, values, and the approach to transformations are unique for each company depending on the objectives in play. However this should not prevent Russian companies from dealing with organizational improvement systematically and actively.

New Healthcare Model: How to Escape the Endless Growth Trap
article | Vestnik McKinsey

New healthcare model: How to escape the endless growth trap

Over the last few decades, global healthcare has made numerous breakthroughs. But the attempts to make it affordable, high-quality and economically viable at the same time have failed so far. High-quality medical care affordable to everyone tends to show poor economic viability, while economically viable and high-quality care is usually something that very few people can afford. This article answers the question: How does healthcare escape this trap?

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