As a partner in McKinsey’s London office, Kapil focuses mainly on large-scale financial and strategic transformations in the financial-services sector, and he leads our work in Europe on financial transformation in banking.
Kapil has advised financial institutions on a wide range of topics, including strategy, operating-model redesign, and financial planning. His recent projects include advising on a strategic and financial restructuring and a five-year plan for one of the largest financial institutions in the world, developing a long-term capital-allocation and strategic plan for a large global company embarking on M&A, and leading a cost-benchmarking effort at a major UK life insurer.
Before joining McKinsey, Kapil received his MBA from Harvard Business School, from which he graduated with high distinction as a Baker Scholar. He has a degree in PPE from the University of Oxford, where he was a Chevening Scholar, and a degree in economics from the University of Delhi, where he was awarded the President of India gold medal.
“Unearthing performance gains to boost bank value,” McKinsey & Company, May 2015
MBA (Baker Scholar)
University of Oxford
MA, philosophy, politics, and economics (Chevening Scholar)
University of Delhi