About Yosuke

Since the beginning of his career, Yosuke has been fascinated by the numerous opportunities in emerging countries, such as cost-competitive sourcing origins, destinations of investment, and growing markets with rapidly increasing demands. Thus, his knowledge and experience cover various industry domains, including manufacturing, energy value chain, and infrastructure.

Yosuke has recently supported strategy projects, including alliance and partnership building, and has led several transformation programs in and outside of Japan. He brings his own in-depth expertise and collaborates with global McKinsey colleagues to organize the best support structure for clients.

Prior to joining McKinsey, Yosuke started his career at the Overseas Economic Cooperation Fund, a governmental financial institution in Japan, which later became Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC). During his decade-long career in international development, he gained vast experience in infrastructure financing in Asia, especially in countries in the Mekong region. Additionally, Yosuke spent two years in Bangkok, as a JBIC representative.

Past experience

Japan Bank for International Cooperation

Overseas Economic Cooperation Fund

Education

University of Michigan, Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy
MPP, public policy

University of Tokyo
BA, law