Jared is the global leader of McKinsey’s Technology and Operations Practice in Capital Markets, and its Productivity Practice. He also heads up the firm’s European Corporate and Investment Banking Practice. He founded McKinsey’s service line on benchmarking of proprietary trade processing.


Since joining McKinsey in 2006, Jared has served banks, asset managers, and technology firms on a wide range of digital, strategy, and transformation topics.

Jared has researched and authored a number of papers on digital innovation in the financial services industry. His recent work has focused on capital markets, fintech, and cognitive technologies, a branch of artificial intelligence involving cognitive skills such as reasoning, planning, and learning.

His papers include “A foundation for value: data and application architecture in capital markets,” and “How cognitive technologies are transforming capital markets.”
Prior to McKinsey, Jared was head of analytics for Wells Fargo's Internet Strategy Group.

He holds an MBA from the University of Cambridge, and a bachelor’s degree in information systems management from the University of San Francisco.