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Our Singapore office, founded in 1998, is an innovative hub that reflects the country’s dynamism and diversity.

We partner with Singapore’s leading institutions and enterprises across every major sector to create transformative growth and achieve breakthrough performance. Through the McKinsey Innovation Campus, launched in 2012 in partnership with Singapore’s Economic Development Board, we deliver ground-breaking knowledge to help companies in Singapore and across Asia address their toughest challenges.

McKinsey in Southeast Asia

Across our eight offices in Southeast Asia, McKinsey works with leading enterprises and government institutions to translate the region’s rich opportunities into transformative economic and social impact.



are hosted within our McKinsey Innovation Campus



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Working in Singapore

A career at McKinsey is an opportunity to work with remarkable people, help shape growth and build important institutions in Singapore and across Southeast Asia—and learn and grow constantly. We welcome applications from outstanding graduates and experienced professionals.

Featured Insights

Discussion Paper - McKinsey Global Institute

Outperformers: Maintaining ASEAN countries’ exceptional growth

– Almost half of the emerging economies that grew quickly and consistently in recent decades are in Southeast Asia. The challenges now are to maintain that momentum as circumstances change and to curb income inequality.

The power of parity: Advancing women’s equality in Singapore

– While Singapore has achieved more progress towards gender parity than Asia Pacific as a whole, it still lags behind other advanced... economies. Singapore has an opportunity to close that gap. By doing so, it could add d $20 billion to annual GDP by 2025—or 5% above business-as-usual GDP.

Industry 4.0: Reinvigorating ASEAN manufacturing for the future

– New digital technologies can help Southeast Asian manufacturers reassert their place in the global landscape.

What Singapore’s government says about the next fifty years – and how companies can position themselves for success

– A compass is indispensable for orientation on uncharted territory: it helps you find a direction, and leaves it to you to find... your route as you go.

Impact on business and society

Core to our values is a commitment to help achieve meaningful social impact.

A key priority is the development of future leaders. In Singapore we work with a wide range of organisations—from SPRING, the government’s SME agency, to individual companies and social enterprises—to build capabilities and establish mentoring relationships for young entrepreneurs and professionals. We nurture women’s leadership through mentorship, development programmes, and our research initiative, “Women Matter: An Asian Perspective (PDF–737 KB).”

We have supported the Government of Singapore in driving national priorities, including the Economic Strategy Committee of Singapore and the Government’s Committee on University Education Pathways Beyond 2015. McKinsey’s global managing partner, Dominic Barton, serves on the Singapore Economic Development Board’s International Advisory Council.

We have helped shape several key national institutions, including the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy. Established in 2004, the School is now a global and Asian hub, with leading international faculty and 400 students from 80 countries.

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