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Vik Malhotra

Senior Partner, New York
Focuses on counseling CEOs and Boards on performance transformation, corporate strategy, governance, growth strategies, organizational effectiveness, and operational improvement.

About Vik

Vik Malhotra is McKinsey’s Chairman of the Americas. He has held key internal leadership roles over the years, including serving on McKinsey’s Shareholders Council for 12 years, leading our Senior Partner Committee, and leading parts of our banking and life insurance groups.

Vik joined the firm in 1986 and has spent his career in the New York office. During his time at McKinsey, his consulting experience has covered a broad range of assignments on performance transformation, corporate strategy, business unit strategy, growth strategies, organizational effectiveness, and operational improvement. Much of Vik’s current focus is on counseling CEOs and boards on a range of issues.

Vik is also active with major non-profits outside McKinsey. He currently serves as chair of the board at the Wharton Graduate School of the University of Pennsylvania. He is also a trustee of The New York City Partnership and a Trustee Emeriti of the Asia Society.

Published work

Five misconceptions about productivity,” McKinsey & Company, March 2011

Growth and renewal in the United States: Retooling America's economic engine,” McKinsey Global Institute, February 2011

Productivity and growth: The enduring connection,” Wall Street Journal, February 2011

Education

The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
MBA

London School of Economics
BA, economics