Dr. Miklós Dietz, CFA, is the leader of the Global Banking Strategy and Corporate Finance group, and the Managing Partner of McKinsey & Company’s Vancouver Office. Since joining the firm in 2001, he has specialized on strategy, sales & marketing, innovation and finance topics. He has lead over 300 projects, in 40 countries, including:
- Designing the retail strategy of several institutions, including banks, insurers and telecoms from Europe, Asia and Middle East, including the development of channel strategies, introduction and piloting of new sales technologies and technics, redesigning core processes, training front line employees and introducing new incentive structures
- Supporting several large global companies in developing their strategic visions and innovation strategies/organizations, developing digital transformation agendas and delivering pragmatic, high impact innovation projects
- Advising several multinationals to develop their Big Data and partnership ecosystem strategies and implement them through a comprehensive program of organizational setup, capability building, partnership negotiations and technology implementation
- Developing the long term digital strategy for the financial and retail sectors of an Asian country, working for the Prime Minister and the Governor of the Central Bank, which include a new technology infrastructure leapfrogging current such systems and a new national e-commerce platform
- Helping a major global consumer company to innovate, test and roll out a revolutionary, multi-country sales and distribution model and developing internal Center of Excellence and capabilities for its global support
Miklós is also the leader of the McKinsey Panorama, a multinational research center responsible for researching and modelling the global banking markets and innovation landscape while also developing digital solutions. Prior to joining McKinsey, Miklós has been working as a software specialist for Reuters Inc., and as a technology analyst and investment manager for Merrill Lynch in London, Los Angeles and New York.
Miklós obtained an MPhil degree from the University of Cambridge (specialization in finance and econometrics), a Doctor Iuris degree from ELTE University and a MSc in Business Administration from the Budapest University of Economic Sciences. He is also a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA), member of the CFA Organization. Miklós has been awarded by the Knight`s Cross of Republic by the President of Hungary for his work on financial crisis management. He is a proud father of 3 children, Andor, Emma and Adam,.