Toshan is a Senior Partner in the Mumbai office of McKinsey & Company and joined the firm in 2002. Toshan leads McKinsey’s Payments Practice across Asia, helping traditional banks as well as fin-tech innovators think through their business models, operating strategies, technology issues etc. He also works extensively with private equity funds, SWFs and institutional investors on improving the value from their investments. His other interests include education and public policy. His expertise covers 2 main areas Financial Services & Payments and Corporate Finance and Transaction Advisory.
Toshan is an avid writer and has co-authored several external McKinsey publications over the last few years – ‘India Private Equity – Route to resurgence’ (2015), ‘Mutual Funds – Riding the wave of opportunity & optimism (2015)’, ‘Conglomerate value-creation in the next decade (2012)’, ‘India Banking 2010’, ‘Indian Asset Management Landscape 2012’, ‘Towards Superior Risk Management in Banking’(2009), and ‘New arenas in Indian banking (2013)’. Toshan also has significant buy-side experience, having worked with a leading private equity fund in India, focusing on investments in the financial services and infrastructure space.Toshan has done his Bachelors in Commerce from the University of Bombay and has received his M.B.A. from the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad before joining McKinsey.