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Luis Nario


Helps banks and other financial institutions regarding credit-risk topics

Luis Nario is a partner in McKinsey’s Santiago office, and coleader of our global credit risk work.

Luis has experience in probability of default and loss-given-default business models, valuation and pricing models, interest rate, and treasury risk with over five years at the firm.

Before joining McKinsey in 2013, Luis worked for over 15 years in various international banking positions in Europe, the United States, and Latin America. His former work experience included specialist risk-management consulting, quantitative credit-risk modeling, and time spent as a senior banker responsible for structuring and marketing securitizations and other structured financial transactions and illiquid assets.

Luis also worked in areas relating to debt-capital markets, fixed income, financing, and delivery of risk-solution products to sovereigns and public-sector entities, along with the creation of illiquid assets.

Outside of work, he enjoys going trekking in his spare time.

Published work

Data and analytics innovations to address emerging challenges in credit portfolio management,” McKinsey & Company, December 2022

Managing and monitoring credit risk after the COVID-19 pandemic,” McKinsey & Company, July 2020

Risk analytics enters its prime,” McKinsey on Risk, June 2017

The evolving role of credit portfolio management,” McKinsey & Company, July 2016

Past experience

Oliver Wyman
Risk management consultant

Quantitative credit-risk modeling expert

Lehman Brothers


Harvard University
BA, mathematics

Yale Law School