Ankur Agrawal is a Partner in McKinsey & Company’s New York office. He is one of the leaders of the North America Healthcare Systems & Services Practice, with a focus and passion for counseling leading pharmaceutical and medical device companies on strategy and corporate finance topics, including healthcare services and technology. He leads the CFO/Finance service line in the Americas and has presented the firms’ perspectives at CFO forums in New York, London and Sao Paulo. Prior to his McKinsey experience, he worked as a Vice President of Finance at a New York-based startup Gerson Lehrman Group that received Series A and Series B funding from Bessemer Venture Partners/Silver Lake Partners and as a President’s Fellow at Harvard University.
Mr. Agrawal received his B. Eng. degree in Mechanical and Electrical Engineering from IRIM&EE, India. As part of his course work, he was designated a Chartered Engineer from Engineering Council, UK. He also received his MBA from Harvard Business School and graduated as a Baker Scholar and a Loeb Fellow in finance.