Case Study Prompt
Your client is a bank in the Mauritius. The population of Mauritius is 1 million and the average income is $10,000 per year. How can the bank increase its revenue?
Case Study Overview
Your client is facing a profitability challenge, and in this McKinsey case study, it’s up to you to put on your problem solving hat and come up with viable solutions for increasing profitability.
Want to prepare for a first round McKinsey interview? You can use the Profitability Framework to solve this McKinsey case study, but keep in mind the most sought after candidates blend frameworks and their own industry knowledge to create a custom framework.
There are no math exhibits in this case. The qualitative difficulty is out of 4, which makes this a beginner level case interview you would likely see in a McKinsey first round.
McKinsey Interview Tips
What does McKinsey look for in its case interview candidates? They are looking for candidates with spectacular problem solving skills.
Focus on coming away with 1 or 2 key areas you can improve on in your next case.
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