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|Alma mater||University of Sydney
International Institute for Management Development
|Occupation||Consultant, Management expert|
|Employer||McKinsey & Company, Inc.|
|Salary||$ 5 - 10 million + (estimate)|
Michael Patsalos-Fox (born 1953) is a longtime top senior partner of management consultancy McKinsey & Company and the former Chairman of the Americas. He graduated from the University of Sydney with a B.S. in pure mathematics and received an MBA from the International Institute for Management Development.
Over a 28-year career at McKinsey he has lead the New York office, the North American Corporate Finance practice, and the Americas region. He moved from the London office to the New York office in 1996 and was a frontrunner in the managing director elections of both Ian Davis in 2003 and Dominic Barton in 2009.
He is a member of the board of directors of the Partnership for New York City.
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