Arthur D. Little (ADL) today announced Riccardo Maltoni’s appointment as Partner in its Financial Services and Strategy & Operations Practices in Italy. Riccardo has extensive consulting experience in both these domains covering strategy, business planning, IT strategy, digital transformation, customer journey innovation, and commercial optimization.
Throughout his career he has worked at premier consulting firms including Exton, McKinsey & Company, AT Kearney, and Accenture. He also founded and owned Infinity Value Consulting, a management boutique, and served as a Partner for Exton Consulting, a French management and strategy consulting firm. He is passionate about IT and technological innovation and related implications for business models and go-to-market strategies.
ADL’s Financial Services Practice supports banks, insurance companies, asset management companies, payment-system providers and regulatory bodies in tackling issues related to digitalization, omnichannel & customer management, big data & analytics and payments. It helps companies determine digital roadmaps and capabilities, establish new digital ecosystems for innovation, develop omnichannel strategies, and use the customer portfolio to find untapped potential.
Ignacio García Alves, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer at Arthur D. Little, comments: “Riccardo has extensive business consulting experience, as well as expertise in the financial services industry. He has a constant interest in developing new technologies, even in his spare time, and this enthusiasm will give our financial services team a boost in the age of digitalization.”
Riccardo Maltoni, Partner, Financial Services and Strategy & Operations Practices at Arthur D. Little, adds: “This new opportunity with Arthur D. Little will challenge me personally and professionally. I am looking forward to applying my enjoyment of technology, as well as my experience with business functional areas and entrepreneurship, to the FSG and S&O Practices. With technology constantly changing, businesses need to keep on top of development and ask how they can use these opportunities to grow in the modern climate.”
Riccardo graduated from Bologna University with a bachelor’s degree in computer science (research thesis about “Artificial Intelligence applied to Game Theory”).
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