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Ignazio Rocco di Torrepadula

Senior Advisor The Boston Consulting Group

 
Ignazio Rocco di Torrepadula joined The Boston Consulting Group in 1992 and he is now a Senior Advisor for the Financial Institution Practice of BCG.
Mr. Rocco di Torrepadula has been a member of the Financial Services Practice Area for 20 years, focusing on several issues related to changes in strategy, distribution and operating models, corporate processes, direction and corporate culture, mostly with large commercial banks. He has worked at the Milan and the Madrid Offices, also supporting the practice throughout Europe, especially in Germany and in Switzerland.
Mr. Rocco di Torrepadula banking experience has included design and implementation work in areas like: transformation of key corporate steering processes and culture following large mergers (eg. capital management, budgeting and planning, steering of local subsidiaries); transformation of behaviors and cooperating models in large sales organizations; deep change of distribution models and related operating platforms; as well as changes in growth strategies and introduction of new business formats. His clients have included large banking groups as well as mid-sized regional banks and specialized financial institutions.
Within BCG, Mr. Rocco di Torrepadula supports regularly several teams around Europe and US, as a global expert on issues of change at large financial institutions. He is also leading the BCG European Client Committee, dedicated to support the development of top 100 BCG clients in Europe.
Before joining BCG, Mr. Rocco di Torrepadula worked for several years in Investment Banking and Corporate Banking.
Ignazio Rocco di Torrepadula is a graduate in Business Administration at the University of Naples. He is fluent in English and Spanish, besides his native Italian language. Ignazio Rocco di Torrepadula joined The Boston Consulting Group in 1992 and he is now a Senior Advisor for the Financial Institution Practice of BCG.
Mr. Rocco di Torrepadula has been a member of the Financial Services Practice Area for 20 years, focusing on several issues related to changes in strategy, distribution and operating models, corporate processes, direction and corporate culture, mostly with large commercial banks. He has worked at the Milan and the Madrid Offices, also supporting the practice throughout Europe, especially in Germany and in Switzerland.
Mr. Rocco di Torrepadula banking experience has included design and implementation work in areas like: transformation of key corporate steering processes and culture following large mergers (eg. capital management, budgeting and planning, steering of local subsidiaries); transformation of behaviors and cooperating models in large sales organizations; deep change of distribution models and related operating platforms; as well as changes in growth strategies and introduction of new business formats. His clients have included large banking groups as well as mid-sized regional banks and specialized financial institutions.
Within BCG, Mr. Rocco di Torrepadula supports regularly several teams around Europe and US, as a global expert on issues of change at large financial institutions. He is also leading the BCG European Client Committee, dedicated to support the development of top 100 BCG clients in Europe.
Before joining BCG, Mr. Rocco di Torrepadula worked for several years in Investment Banking and Corporate Banking.
Ignazio Rocco di Torrepadula is a graduate in Business Administration at the University of Naples. He is fluent in English and Spanish, besides his native Italian language.

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