Andrew Schwedel is a partner and senior member of our Financial Services practice, based in New York.
He also leads our Macro Trends Group, which analyzes global macroeconomic and other trends for Bain's clients, as well as Bain Futures, which focuses on developing firm-level implications based on external trends.
Andrew has more than 20 years' experience collaborating with senior leaders to address their most pressing challenges. He has particular expertise in the financial services sector, where he has assisted both corporate and private equity clients in the brokerage, asset management, banking, consumer finance and insurance (life, health and P&C) industries. His experience includes growth strategy (corporate and business unit), turnarounds, operational improvement, M&A assessments, organizational effectiveness and outsourcing/offshoring. He has led significant cost reduction programs for insurance and brokerage clients.
Andrew previously worked in our Boston, Sydney and San Francisco offices.
Prior to joining Bain in 1996, Andrew worked as an insurance broker with Marsh & McLennan in New York. He earned an MBA from the Amos Tuck School at Dartmouth, where he was named an Edward Tuck Scholar, and is also a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania.
- “A Digital Reckoning for Insurance Companies,” Brief, settembre 2020
- “How Insurance Consumers Are Responding to Covid-19,” Brief, luglio 2020
- “Insurers Now Need Bigger, Bolder Digital Moves,” Brief, luglio 2020
- “Have We Hit Peak Profits?,” Report, luglio 2020
- “The New Deal for Talent,” Brief, giugno 2020
In the News
- “Peak Profits: The Golden Age of Profitability is Ending,” Press release, luglio 2020
- “Gig economy’s new deal for Silicon Valley’s white-collar workers ,” The Financial Times, febbraio 2020
- “Travelers to Offer Discounts on Home-Security Devices on Amazon.com,” The Wall Street Journal, ottobre 2018, Servizi Finanziari
- “If you’re over 40 and work, you’re in for some big surprises,” MarketWatch, aprile 2018
- “The Big Changes Ahead For Boomer Workers,” Forbes, febbraio 2018