Barnik Chitran Maitra

Barnik Chitran Maitra Partner

Partner, McKinsey & Company,

Barnik Chitran Maitra is a Partner with McKinsey & Company and is one of the leaders of the Global Offshoring & Outsourcing and Technology practice. Since joining the firm in 2004, Barnik has worked in IT services, BPO, technology, public policy, education and public health practices across McKinsey’s New Delhi, Cairo, Milan, New York, Silicon Valley, Warsaw, Mexico and Johannesburg offices. He has also been intimately involved in the creation of the Public Health Foundation of India. He has co-authored Nasscom Perspectives 2020 on leveraging “Transform India and transform the world” and “Rethinking the model for off-shoring services” for the McKinsey on Business Technology 2009 summer issue.

Barnik has counseled 15+ Fortune 100 companies on location selection choices on globalization initiatives. He has served several African, South American and Asian governments on building scale technology hubs. In the context of his work with governments on public policy, he has helped architect public-private partnerships on skill development & employability programs in several universities. He has been a speaker at several external fora such as the McKinsey Global Offshoring & Outsourcing Conference, New York from 2008 to 2011, EESTCOM 2009 and 2011, World Bank Summit, Washington DC, 2009, China O&O expo, 2010, Cairo ICT 2008 to 2011, WEF New Delhi, 2013 Barnik holds a MBA from the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, where he was an Aditya Birla Scholar and a B.Tech. (Hons) in Electrical Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur. He has been briefly associated with Goldman Sachs London, Tiger Capital LLC and Procter & Gamble, Singapore and India. Barnik is passionate about working with start-up companies and is Advisory Director on the multiple technology start-up boards and NGOs.

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