Harshveer Singh is partner in Bain & Company’s Singapore office. He leads Bain's APAC Corporate Finance practice and is a leader in the firm's Financial Services practice, with particular expertise in the Insurance sector. He is also a member of the Mergers & Acquisitions, Customer Strategy & Marketing and Strategy practices.
Harshveer has more than a decade of experience in advising senior management teams across Asia and the Middle East. Harshveer's financial services experience includes supporting both property and casualty and life insurers in the insurance industry as well major banking organizations. Within insurance, Harshveer recently led a customer experience transformation program at a leading life insurer in Asia as well as a post-merger integration at another leading insurer to create a market leader. Within banking, Harshveer has focused on wealth management and consumer banking strategy.
Harshveer's current topic of interest includes understanding the dynamics to design the digital insurer of the future. His functional experience with growth, turn around and investment strategies, due diligence and operational improvement also brings valuable perspective and insight to his clients.
Prior to joining Bain & Company, Harshveer was a manager at another global consulting firm, based in their Asian practice. He also served as a brand manager at Colgate Palmolive (India) prior to business school, where he was responsible for developing sales and marketing strategies for several brands within the Oral Care category.
Harshveer earned an M.B.A. from INSEAD and holds a Bachelor of Engineering (Electronics & Telecom) from the University of New Delhi and a Post Graduate Diploma (Sales & Marketing) from SPJIMR Mumbai.
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- “Making the Most of Asia-Pacific’s Insurance Boom,” Report, May 2019
- “Customers Know What They Want. Are Insurers Listening?,” Report, October 2018
- “How to Breathe New Life into Life Insurance,” Brief, January 2018
- “How Insurers Can Get Their Customers To Love Them,” Forbes.com, September 2017, Article