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Dr. Jörg Mußhoff

Senior PartnerBerlin

Coleads the firm’s global insurance work and leads the European insurance sector; advises executives and financial-services organizations on strategy, corporate finance, distribution, and large-scale transformation programs

Drawing on over 20 years of expertise and deep industry knowledge, Jörg advises leading insurers, banks, and real-estate companies on strategy, growth, distribution, and transformation. Amongst others, he cohosts a global, annual financial-services roundtable and leads McKinsey's efforts for fast-growing new companies.

Jörg has conducted numerous large-scale transformations globally, focusing on growth programs as well productivity-related initiatives and performance improvements of core skills such as claims, pricing, and product development in insurance. He has also supported the build-up of numerous new digital business models as well as broader customer focused platforms and ecosystems. Furthermore, Jörg assists private equity groups with due diligence strategies and portfolio work.

Jörg has coauthored several McKinsey articles about the future of the insurance industry and its most pressing issues.

Published Work

Global insurance pools statistics and trends: An overview of life, P&C, and health insurance,” McKinsey & Company, April 2021

Moving to a user-first, omnichannel approach,” McKinsey & Company, January 2021

The growth chessboard: How leaders fuel profitable growth in insurance,” McKinsey & Company, December 2020

Live from DIA Amsterdam 2019: The three megatrends and one global shift driving insurtech innovation,” McKinsey & Company, January 2019

Life insurance product innovation: What insurers can learn from leading tech and consumer companies,” McKinsey & Company, January 2019

Global insurance insights: An overview of recent trends in life, P&C, and health,” McKinsey & Company, May 2018

Global Insurance Insights: A detailed analysis of trends that shape the industry,” McKinsey & Company, July 2015


EU Business School

WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management
London Business School
HEC Montréal

MBA, business administration, finance