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Shatetha Terdprisant

Managing Partner, Yangon
Managing partner of our Yangon office; trusted by private and public-sector clients alike for his knowledge of how to transform and innovate in Asia and Southeast Asia

About Shatetha

Shatetha Terdprisant is a senior partner in McKinsey’s Myanmar and Thailand offices. The chairman of McKinsey Indochina, he has extensive knowledge of markets in Asia and Southeast Asia. Shatetha works with leading local and multinational companies on topics related to strategy, technology, performance, and transformational change. He also advises government and public-sector agencies on public policy and regulatory issues.

Shatetha’s current client projects range from regulatory strategy and implementation support to corporate strategy, logistics transformation, and sales and channel management. Additional examples of his client work include:

  • Supporting various ministries and agencies in the Thai government in developing and launching the Eastern Economic Corridor, which includes three provinces in the eastern region of Thailand. The project involved: identifying ten new industrial and service sectors for the country, recommending the physical (for example, high-speed rail, new international airports, and enhanced deep seaports) and regulatory (for example, investment incentives, education, and capability building) infrastructure required to support the new corridor, and developing a strategy to fund the $40 billion dollar project for the next 10 years.
  • Helping a leading national oil and gas company in Asia develop a strategy to tap into technological and geographical trends; the scope included conducting thematic and technological trend scans, creating a strategic gameboard to prioritize strategic plays, evaluating potential technology partners, and facilitating partnership discussions for the selected priority areas.
  • Leading a study on the demand for affordable housing in Yangon with a particular focus on the needs of low-income and middle-income segments. In addition to market-need studies, the project scope included benchmarking and designing the required value proposition, drawing on international best practice to define enablers, such as construction cost reduction and funding strategies.

Prior to joining McKinsey in 1997, Shatetha worked for Schlumberger’s Seismic division. He assisted in planning and running marine seismic projects in Europe, Asia, and Australia. A graduate of the Wharton School’s MBA program, Shatetha was a Fulbright scholar.

Past experience

Seismic engineer


The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
MBA in finance

Chulalongkorn University
BEng in electrical engineering