Joe is a senior partner and chairman of McKinsey’s offices in Greater China, which comprises more than 800 partners and consultants across Beijing, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Shenzhen, and Taipei.
Previously, Joe led McKinsey’s Financial Services and Private Equity & Principal Investors Practices in Greater China. He has led many large-scale transformation efforts for Chinese and multinational organizations and has advised senior management on topics pertaining to strategy, M&A, and organizational and operational transformations.
Joe is frequently quoted in top-tier publications such as the Economist, the Financial Times, and the Wall Street Journal, as well as major local media in the region. He is the author of numerous reports and articles on China’s financial institutions and is coauthor of Life Insurance in Asia: Sustaining Growth in the Next Decade (Wiley, September 2012), a book that offers a comprehensive look at the challenges and opportunities facing insurance markets across Asia. Joe speaks frequently at major international forums on a range of topics including financial services, leadership and management, and social enterprises.
He has been appointed to various government advisory committees, and he is also a board member of the Hong Kong Scholarship for Excellence Scheme.
Joe is passionate about and active in several organizations in the social enterprise and education sectors. He is chairman of an award-winning social enterprise that provides taxi services to people with physical disabilities or that have reliance on wheelchair use; president of Phillips Exeter Academy Association of Hong Kong; a direct or of the Diocesan Boys’ School Foundation; and a director and former president of the Harvard Business School Association of Hong Kong.