Worldwide Managing Partner,
Manny joined Bain & Company in 1988 and became the worldwide managing partner in 2018 (CEO and Chairman of the Board). He has held multiple leadership roles within Bain including Chairman of the Asia-Pacific region and Lead of Bain’s Full Potential Transformation Group, Performance Improvement practice and Reengineering practice. He previously served on the firm's Management Committee, Nominating Committee and Global Operating Committee.
As CEO, Manny has overseen Bain’s accelerated growth and transformation to embed digital and technology capabilities into Bain’s core business – while maintaining Bain’s culture and its ranking as one of the best places to work according to Glassdoor (top 4 for 14 years), Fortune, Vault and others.
Manny has also increased Bain’s focus on ESG through the launch of the firm’s Impact Investing, Sustainability & Corporate Responsibility as well as Diversity, Equity & Inclusion practices, its 10-year commitment to invest over $1.1 billion in pro bono consulting work, and partnerships with leading groups such as OneTen and The Asian American Foundation. Bain has earned a platinum rating from EcoVadis, the leading platform for environmental, social and ethical performance ratings for global supply chains since 2018, and after a decade of being carbon neutral, it recently announced carbon net negative status. Bain has also been named by Mogul as one of top 100 Workplaces for Diverse Representation and Top Pioneer in Diversity and Inclusion.
Throughout his over 30-year Bain career, Manny has advised CEOs from around the globe while being recognized as one of the foremost experts on advising companies through large-scale transformations. As a global CEO Manny has also built deep-expertise in areas including stakeholder capitalism, ESG and private capital.
He is a member of the US Business Roundtable, World Economic Forum’s International Business Council and Alliance of CEO Climate Leaders, and the First Movers Coalition. He is an Advisory Board member of OneTen, a founding partner of The Asian American Foundation and a member of the MIT Sloan North American Advisory Board and Bridgespan Board of Directors.
Manny holds an MS in Management from MIT Sloan School of Management and a BS in Chemical Engineering (magna cum laude) from Illinois Institute of Technology.
He lives in the San Francisco area with his wife; they have four children.