About Francesco

Francesco has been with McKinsey’s Moscow office since 2004, having previously worked in the company’s Milan branch.

He heads up McKinsey’s Business Technology practice in Russia and the CIS, focusing primarily on helping financial services and industrial companies implement various projects (designing IT strategies, creating enterprise architecture, optimizing operations and achieving target indicators through major IT transformation projects). He has also advised a number of large financial institutions from Europe on retail business strategy and structuring of large outsourcing deals.

Examples of recent projects:

  • development of a flexible organizational model for a leading Russian bank; 
  • radical transformation of the Russian business model of one of the biggest banks in Central and Eastern Europe;
  • sales staff performance improvement strategy for of Kazakhstan’s biggest private banks; 
  • feasibility study for an integrated IT services center on behalf of the sovereign wealth fund of a CIS country;  
  • design and implementation of an IT profitability improvement platform based on incentive systems and staff bonuses for a leading Russian universal bank.

Francesco coauthored the McKinsey report "Digital Russia: new reality".

Before joining McKinsey, Francesco worked in a global systems integrator, managing major projects involving the introduction of new products for automobile and financial services companies across Europe.


Politecnico di Torino