Andreas is an expert partner in McKinsey’s Frankfurt office and a member of our Risk & Resilience Practice. He serves leading banks in Europe and the United States on challenges involving cybersecurity, risk, and treasury. He is the author of The Handbook of ALM in Banking and a frequent speaker at academic conferences and industry events.
Examples of Andreas’ recent projects include helping a German regional bank manage the financial impact of COVID-19, a German universal bank optimize its risk organization, and a French global systematically important bank (G-SIB) assess its liquidity adequacy; working with a German regional bank to optimize its treasury functions; and advising a large European universal bank on a program to optimize liquidity and counterparty credit risk.
He has also conducted a number of FRTB capital-impact assessments, assisted with the design of market and counterparty IT architecture, and supported banks with regulatory and capital-market strategies, operating models, and vendor selection.
Before joining McKinsey, Andreas was a partner and director at a major global consulting firm, with a focus on market risk, counterparty credit risk, and liquidity. He began his career as a banker in the UK and Germany, working in fixed-income research, market-risk management, short-term interest-rate trading, asset-liability management, and funds transfer pricing.
Andreas studied business and finance at the University of Münster before completing a PhD at the University of Augsburg.