McKinsey Mexico

McKinsey in Mexico

McKinsey is the largest and longest-established management-consulting firm in Mexico, serving many of the country’s major companies, public institutions, and social-sector organizations. We partner with Mexico’s leaders to build winning businesses, strengthen national institutions, develop leaders, and enhance growth and productivity across the whole economy.

We work in every major sector, advising industry leaders in financial services, consumer products, energy, and healthcare, among others. Our expertise includes strategy development, operational improvement, and organizational transformation as well as helping our clients tap into the rapid growth of the digital economy.

We are committed to developing Mexico’s talent—in our firm, our clients, and across society. We attract some of country’s brightest graduates, and our alumni serve in leadership positions in key private- and public-sector organizations. A particular focus for us is to advance women in Mexican companies and professions.

  • 45 years

    of McKinsey presence in Mexico

  • 17 Nationalities

    represented in our Mexico office

  • 33 Companies

    of Mexico’s top 50 served by McKinsey

Our people

  • Eduardo Bolio

    Senior Partner

    A leader of our global work in energy, basic materials, education, operations, and public institutionsmore

  • Eduardo Malpica


    Helps major consumer companies and retailers drive growth, strengthen brands, rejuvenate traditional sales channels, and define new onesmore

  • Pablo Ordorica Lenero

    Senior Partner

    Leads our Sustainability and Resource Productivity Practice in Latin America, helping companies and countries meet future energy and water demand while minimizing cost and pollution; brings deep experience in advising private and public sector energy clients on strategy, operations, and organizationmore

  • Angela Spatharou


    Advises public-sector bodies and private corporations on performance improvement in hospitals and in primary care units, health provider system redesign, integrated care for chronic disease patients, quality management, and consumer healthcaremore

  • Sergio Waisser

    Senior Partner

    Managing partner of McKinsey's Mexico office. Brings deep experience in supporting banks and insurance carriers to drive growth, improve profitability, strengthen organizations, turn around operations, and manage riskmore


report | McKinsey Global Institute

A tale of two Mexicos: Growth and prosperity in a two-speed economy

March 2014—A modern, fast-growing, highly productive economy and a traditional, low-productivity one are pulling in opposite directions, reducing GDP growth and progress in living standards.more

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Education to employment: Designing a system that works

January 2013—Young people can’t find jobs. Yet employers can’t find people with the right entry-level skills. How can we close this gap?more

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Why top management eludes women in Latin America: McKinsey Global Survey results

August 2013—Executives in the region say gender diversity has moved up on their companies’ agendas, but they still report few women at the top. Women and men disagree on the reasons why.more

report | McKinsey Global Institute

Building globally competitive cities: The key to Latin American growth

August 2011—Latin America's largest cities are under considerable strain. If their performance doesn't improve, they risk dragging down the region's overall growth trajectory. To sustain growth, urban Latin America needs to emulate best-practice examples at home and around the world.more

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Careers in Mexico

McKinsey careers in Mexico
A career at McKinsey is an opportunity to work with remarkable people, help shape growth, and build important institutions in Mexico and across the world—and learn and grow constantly. We welcome applications from outstanding graduates and experienced professionals.more

Impact on society

We are committed to contributing meaningfully to the country and the community.


In the public and social sectors, we design and help deliver strategies and solutions in areas critical to Mexico’s development, including transportation, education, and important health topics such as reducing and managing diabetes. We have conducted numerous pro bono engagements on these topics, working with leading Mexican institutions.

For example, McKinsey supported the Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education—Mexico’s largest private-education institution—in redefining its organizational structure and strategy. We worked with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and Diconsa, a state-owned institution, distributing food and basic products to poor communities and designing a model for financial inclusion. More than 10,000 Diconsa stores now provide a basic financial-services offering—reaching millions of previously unbanked customers.


Mexico is also one of five launch countries for Generation, a groundbreaking effort by the McKinsey Social Initiative and our global partners to create 1 million jobs for young people and reshape the way business trains entry-level employees.

Our locations

Mexico City

Mexico City

Paseo de la Reforma 505, 34th floor, Torre Mayor
Col. Cuauhtemoc
06500 Mexico City

Voice: +52 (55) 5351-7700Fax: +52 (55) 5351-7800



Av. Ricardo Margain Zozaya 444
Torre Norte Piso 4th floor
Col. Valle del Campestre
66265 San Pedro Garza Garcia, Nuevo Leon

Voice: +52 (81) 4646-9000

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