McKinsey & Company
Kevin Buehler is a director in the McKinsey & Company New York office. He is a co-founder of global Risk practice and co-leader of global Corporate & Investment Banking practice. Since joining McKinsey in 1993, he has advised a broad range of leading financial institutions on their most complex strategic, risk, operational, and investment decisions.
Kevin’s thinking on risk and financial institutions has appeared in numerous publications, including American Banker, the Harvard Business Review, and the Wall Street Journal. His recent experience includes working with 11 U.S. banks with a total of more than $9 trillion in assets to assess the likely impact of Basel III capital and liquidity requirements; crafting and executing a strategy for the wind-down of a large and complex derivatives portfolio; redesigning and strengthening treasury, liquidity, and capital management at a global bank; supporting two major banks on their stress-testing efforts; and designing and implementing a comprehensive program to achieve best-in-class risk management at a leading financial institution.
Kevin received an AB in Economics, summa cum laude, from Harvard College and a JD, magna cum laude, from Harvard Law School, where he served as an editor of the Harvard Law Review.