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Frederic Van Weyenbergh
Partner at Risk Dynamics, a McKinsey company


Frédéric is one of the leaders of Risk Dynamics, the risk analytics arm of McKinsey worldwide. Over the past decade, he has been instrumental in Risk Dynamics’ growth across European and Middle Eastern markets and recently created the Risk Dynamics hub in Paris.

Frédéric is also a Partner in McKinsey’s Brussels office and has more than 20 years of experience in banking and risk management. A core leader of McKinsey’s Risk Practice in France and Benelux, he has led numerous engagements serving global financial institutions, focusing on strategy & risk transformation programs, digital innovation, analytics, leadership, and organization.

A core member of the McKinsey Public Sector Institutions Group, Frederic serves national and supra-national institutions, and participates in public debates over financial stability. He regularly interacts with supervisors, facilitates executive trainings and is a speaker at key industry events, including Risk Minds International and the G-20Y. 

 His recent work and research relate to de-risking analytics transformation, protecting financial institutions from risks posed by the increased use of big data and advanced analytics, and advising public authorities on the topic given the exponential growth of analytics adoption.

 Frédéric holds a master’s degree in business administration from the Louvain School of Management, a master’s degree in financial risk management from the Université Saint-Louis - Bruxelles, a master’s degree in enterprise resource planning from the Solvay Brussels School Economics & Management, and a bachelor’s degree in philosophy from the Université Saint-Louis – Bruxelles.

Agenda Sessions

  • Model Risk 2.0: from risk management to resilience