Three new partners for Boston Consulting Group in Sydney

26 January 2023 2 min. read
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Sydney-based consultants Alan Wong, Andy Heaton and Suzanne D’Silva have been admitted into Boston Consulting Group’s partnership in Australia.

Graduating with bachelor degrees in commerce and laws from the University of New South Wales in 2011, Alan Wong has now been with the global strategy consulting firm for a little over ten and a half years – initially joining in Sydney before then spending time with the firm on a transfer to London.

Wong has since added an MBA from the London Business School and amassed consulting experience across multiple industries, with a particular focus on the retail & consumer goods and public sectors.

Alan Wong, Andy Heaton and Suzanne D’Silva - BCG

Andy Heaton has been admitted into BCG’s partnership in Sydney after just over four years at the firm. Heaton is a leader in the firm’s Industrial Goods practice and serves clients on digital strategy and transformation with a recent focus on advanced analytics and artificial intelligence in the mining & resources sector.

Heaton holds a management degree from the University of York and previously spent five years with Deloitte between the United Kingdom and Australia.

Suzanne D’Silva joined Boston Consulting Group in Mumbai in mid-2014 following an earlier summer associate taste while studying an MBA at the Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad. She later spent time with the firm in the United States before transferring to Sydney, where she currently is a leader in BCG’s Consumer and Retail practice.

D’Silva specialises in operations excellence and organisational transformations. She also has experience in sales strategy and customer experience design among other areas.

Meanwhile, company veteran Miguel Carrasco, currently head of the BCG Center for Digital Government, has also taken on the global public sector lead role for the recently formed BCG X. Carrasco is based out of the firm’s Sydney office.