|| Mr. William Huyett, Jr. |
Director, Strategy Practice
||Ownership of Economic Assets: Evolution of the Corporate Form & Portfolio in Developing Economies |
||Mugar 200 |
Director and Strategy Practice co-leader, Bill Huyett will share his insights on emerging market trends in business asset ownership, drawing on his 16 years of strategy consulting experience with McKinsey. The trend towards dominance of public equity ownership, rise of private ownership and decline of family ownership is reshaping the economic playing field of developing economies. Bill will discuss what’s driving these trends and the current state of play and the implications for international investment.
Mr. Huyett is a director at McKinsey and Company, Inc. Based in Boston, he has been part of McKinsey’s Zurich and Washington, D.C. offices during his 16 years with the Firm. He serves European and US-based clients, primarily in the pharmaceutical, biotech, medical products and healthcare payor/provider sectors. His work focuses on corporate strategy, product development and commercialization and corporate leadership. His interests include:
- Innovation in approaches to pharmaceutical commercialization and marketing,
- CEO leadership and organization design at critical junctures (e.g. mergers, initial public offerings)
- Transatlantic performance
- How to deliver organization performance outside ones home continent
- Biopharma industry evolution, including mergers, licensing and vertical disaggregation and their impact on competitive conduct
- Comparative development of healthcare systems in Asia, Europe and North America.
Mr. Huyett co-leads McKinsey’s strategy practice, which is responsible for applied research in the areas of business unit strategy, corporate strategy and microeconomics. His primary interests here are in corporate strategy and capital markets. He serves on the boards of the Marine Biological Laboratory, the Greater Boston YMCA and the Concord Museum.
Prior to joining McKinsey, Mr. Huyett held a variety of line management positions in the electronics industry. His degrees in electronics engineering, computer science and business are from the University of Virginia.