fadi najjar

Partner - McKinsey & Company

Dubai, United Arab Emirates


Fadi has led a number of recent engagements supporting banking clients to define their five-year, growth-and-transformation roadmap and assisted in the most challenging aspects of implementation, including full-fledged digital transformations, setting up digital attackers, driving sales excellence, building state-of-the-art risk management practices, and determining the tools and capabilities required to win. Fadi has also supported several leading regulators and public-finance entities in defining their financial-sector blueprints to futureproof the industry and enable sustainable growth. He helped those regulators build supervisory capabilities and frameworks that allowed them to improve the resilience of the financial sector and protect consumers. Finally, Fadi has led multiple large banking M&As across the Middle East and North Africa, helping his clients throughout the full M&A lifecycle from the due-diligence phase all the way to integration, enabling them to complete integration in record time with minimal business disruption. Prior to joining McKinsey, he worked at Booz & Company with a particular focus on the financial sector in the GCC. Fadi is fluent in English, French, and Arabic. 

Areas of Expertise


There was a time when economic growth, sustainability, and inclusion were seen as trade-offs, but leaders today need to achieve all three. This new paradigm of growth will be more sustainable, driving innovation while reducing environmental impact. It will also be more inclusive, creating access to opportunities for people worldwide. This is not an easy task, but our ambition is to help organizations and their leaders make it a reality. Every day, around the world, we partner with our clients to set bold strategies, unlock the potential of their people, embed transformative technologies in everything they do, and innovate sustainably. The impact we deliver helps clients achieve enduring change in their capabilities and performance—and speeds up the transition to sustainable and inclusive growth.

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