Ashish Khanna is a Partner in L.E.K. Consulting’s London office. Ashish’s primary focus areas are in financial services (insurance, wealth management and specialist lending), where he advises clients on strategies to deliver shareholder value and change in a landscape prone to changing customer trends, technology adoption and regulation, and in new mobility, where he advises a range of disruptors and incumbent businesses on the opportunities facilitated by new mobility trends. His expert commentary has appeared in Automotive World, Bloomberg Businessweek and The Economist.
Ashish’s work has a significant emphasis on the role of technology across the value chains of financial services industries, covering fintech, wealthtech and insurtech businesses. Much of his experience lies at the intersection of investor capital and the market participant landscape in the financial services and new mobility sectors. Ashish has substantial experience in strategy, decision support, mergers and acquisitions, and performance improvement projects across the UK, European and global markets.
Ashish joined L.E.K. in 2006 after completing an MBA with distinction from INSEAD. Prior to his MBA, Ashish worked at Cisco Systems in Silicon Valley bringing to market a range of high-tech products. He holds a B.E. degree in Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering with distinction from COEP, India and an M.S. degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Texas.
Undergraduate: Bachelor of Engineering in Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering with Distinction, COEP, India
Graduate: Master of Science in Electrical Engineering, The University of Texas at Austin; MBA with Distinction, INSEAD
Becrom Basu is a Partner in L.E.K. Consulting’s London office. He specializes in the transport, travel and new mobility sectors and advises a range of clients on global strategy, decision support, M&A and strategy activation projects. He has substantial experience in advising clients on transport disruption across sharing, connectivity, autonomy and electrification challenges.
Becrom joined L.E.K. in 2005 after completing an MBA from INSEAD. Prior to his MBA, Becrom worked at EUROCONTROL, the European agency for air traffic management, and held managerial positions at various corporates and startups. He holds a first class honors in MEng Chemical Engineering from University College London.
Undergraduate: MEng Chemical Engineering, University College London
Graduate: MBA, INSEAD