Joydeep leads the Asia–Pacific Banking Practice and has served leading financial institutions across multiple markets in Asia and Europe. Joydeep has deep expertise in architecting and executing multiyear business transformations. His experience in digital, strategy, organization, risk, and change management allows him to counsel and work with CEOs on capturing value.
His recent work includes supporting the transformation of leading banks and insurers in Asia, with a focus on innovation and changes in business models and culture driven by the new digital economy. He is also actively involved in serving regulators and policy makers across several markets in Asia on topics related to banking-sector blueprints, digital infrastructure, payment systems, and regulations.
He is currently a member of several policy-making groups in Asia, working on financial-sector and capital-market reform issues.
Joydeep has authored several publications in the areas of digital banking, corporate and investment banking, retail banking, infrastructure, and organizational change.
“Weathering the storm: Asia-Pacific Banking Review 2016,” McKinsey & Company, June 2016
“Four innovative ways Asian banks can create actionable insights from customer data,” McKinsey & Company, April 2013
“Retail banking in Asia: Actionable insights for new opportunities,” (PDF–1.53 MB), McKinsey & Company, March 2013
“The triple transformation: Achieving a sustainable business model,” (PDF–1.49 MB), McKinsey & Company, October 2012
“New directions for Asia’s wholesale banks: A discussion with two investment bankers,” McKinsey & Company, March 2011
Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad
Postgraduate diploma, business management
University of Delhi
Bachelor of commerce