Dominic Casserley

Dominic Casserley

Dominic Casserley became chair of the Charities Aid Foundation in December 2010 and is a senior partner of McKinsey & Company.

Dominic is British and was educated in the UK, but his professional career has been spent in the US, Europe and Asia. 

He joined McKinsey in New York in 1983; he moved to Hong Kong in 1994 to lead McKinsey’s Greater China practice and at the end of 1999 he moved to London.

He was the managing partner of McKinsey & Company, UK and Ireland from 2003-2010. Dominic has been a member of the Shareholders Council (global board) of McKinsey since 1999.

 

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