Consultant, McKinsey & Company

Cambridge affiliations

  • Master of Finance, Cambridge Judge Business School (2019)
  • Member of Hughes Hall
  • Member of The Oxford and Cambridge Society Netherlands 
  • Alumni member of Cambridge University Hare & Hounds (CUH&H)
  • Alumni member of Cambridge University Triathlon Club (CUTriC)

Professional history

Bob Hoogendoorn is a consultant at McKinsey & Company in London where he is a core member of both the Private Equity and the Strategy & Corporate Finance practice. Within these fields, he mainly serves private equity clients, alternative investors and corporates, advising them on buy- and sell-side transactions, investment strategy and corporate strategy.

Prior to McKinsey & Company, Bob worked in Investment Banking at Bank of America in London, where he focused on M&A transactions for investment funds.  

Bob holds a graduate degree in Finance from Cambridge Judge Business School. He also received a master’s degree in Business Administration (Cum Laude) from Tilburg University, and holds an Undergraduate degree in Economics. Additionally, Bob is an investor in several companies ranging from e-mobility to real estate and hospitality.

Society & charity work

Bob currently serves on the Supervisory Board of PT Papua Diving. Papua Diving is the leading diving resort in the Raja Ampat area, West Papua, and is a pioneer in environmental and ocean conservation through its Research & Conservation arm. Bob is also an active fundraiser for several charities, by running marathons across the world.

Bob Hoogendoorn.