karim aly

Partner - McKinsey & Company

Cairo, Egypt


Karim Aly is a partner in the firm’s Cairo office. Over the past 15 years, he has served government agencies and public-sector clients in the Middle East. Karim is passionate about making change by supporting government agencies and public-sector clients on transformation and modernization programs. He has led several large-scale economic-development programs across the region with a focus on promoting economic growth, improving citizen wellbeing, and increasing private-sector participation. Recent examples of his work include the following: - Leading a large-scale program to transform the role of a governmental agency, streamline a national civil service, and optimize expenditures - Advising a government agency on how to set up a wealth fund, including the development of the fund’s investment strategy, governance structure, and operating model - Designing the strategic roadmap for a public-private partnership agency and identifying projects across key economic sectors for development - Defining a comprehensive economic-stimulus package for a country by identifying investment opportunities and major infrastructure projects as well as associated legal, institutional, and social-reform initiatives Karim is an Egyptian national and is fluent in Arabic, English, and German. 

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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