Serves electric power utilities, retail, technology and equipment manufacturing, and financial as well as engineering, procurement, and construction clients in North America, focusing on the electric power industry

About Anton

As a member of our North American Electric Power & Natural Gas Practice, Anton heads our procurement work in corporate transformation, and is a leader within our capital productivity service line. He has led major McKinsey research efforts in the areas of sustainability, renewable energy, and technology innovation.

In addition, Anton has led multiple engagements focusing on performance transformation and organizational redesign for electric power companies (including generation, transmission, distribution, and overhead functions), growth strategy, renewable energy strategy, and energy efficiency, building roadmaps for disruptive technologies, operations (including purchasing and supply chain), capital productivity, environmental and regulatory strategy, and fuel strategy.

Prior to joining McKinsey, Anton worked in Moscow, Russia, as a consultant at Tyumen Oil Company (TNK); a managing consultant at LUKoil; and a legal counsel at Derzhava commercial bank.

Published work

Unlocking energy efficiency in the US economy,” McKinsey, July 2009

Reducing US greenhouse gas emissions: How much at what cost?” McKinsey, December 2007

Education

University of Chicago, Graduate School of Business
MBA (Siebel Systems Scholarship)

Moscow State Academy of Law
JD, law

Moscow State University
BA;MA (both summa cum laude), economics