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Nikolay Anoshchenko


Helps companies across sectors capture the full potential of transformation with a focus on strategic resource allocation, process improvement, and capability building at scale

Nikolay is a partner in McKinsey’s Tokyo office and leads the firm’s work with CFOs across their agendas, including resource allocation, working capital management, and finance digitization. He convenes McKinsey's annual Japan CFO Forum, a gathering of CFOs from leading institutions in Japan.

Nikolay is also working with companies across sectors to ensure value creation from transformative programs applying process improvement, digital, automation, and capability building. He has served a range of clients from life sciences companies and equipment manufacturers to consumer-goods companies.

Examples of Nikolay's recent client work include the following:

  • end-to-end transformation of a finance function for an equipment manufacturing company
  • designing a new organizational model, automated processes, and set-up shared services
  • supporting the development and execution of a business-back finance digital transformation for a life-sciences company
  • designing an operating model covering finance, HR, legal, and other general and administrative functions

Before joining McKinsey, Nikolay supported companies in pharmaceutical, consumer, and manufacturing industries.

Published work

How Japan’s medtech leaders can use M&A to create a competitive advantage,” McKinsey & Company, January 2021

Past experience

Engagement manager



Lomonosov Moscow State University
MS, economics