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Pierre Pont


Brings deep experience shaping strategy and driving holistic transformations for telecommunications, media, and financial-sector organizations; leads our work in global operator transformation services

Pierre has extensive experience serving clients across corporate and business-unit strategy, as well as transactions and end-to-end holistic transformations.

He focuses largely on consumer-facing industries, notably telecommunications, consumer technology, and financial services. Pierre also serves a broader set of clients on growth strategy, M&A, and post-merger integration issues.

Pierre’s passion is helping clients navigate rapidly changing and commoditized environments to get ahead of trends and unlock big moves. He connects strategy and on-the-ground transformation, helping clients self-disrupt and redesign businesses and operating models accordingly.

Examples of Pierre’s recent client work include the following:

  • leading two end-to-end merger designs across factors such as integration planning, value creation, operating model, and culture, in both the telecom and banking sectors
  • driving the design and delivery of multiple multiyear holistic revenue and cost-out programs for telecom and tech operators
  • supporting the repositioning of a mobile operator through simplification, while driving improved care and channel operations
  • building the advanced analytics hub for a leading consumer-facing organization and the associated agile marketing operations to leverage new-found granularity
  • leading the end-to-end commercial transformation of a global OEM, focusing on product simplification, channel revamping, pricing, and marketing effectiveness
  • designing and delivering multiple enterprise agile transformations in both the financial and telco sectors

Prior to working in Singapore, Pierre was based out McKinsey’s Sydney and London offices.

Published work

How Australian companies can reinvent themselves in 2021,” McKinsey & Company, May 2021


Stanford Graduate School of Business, Stanford University

HEC Paris
MS, business