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EY expands tech and innovation capabilities with new partners

Jul 06
Tags: Ernst & Young LLP
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EY has confirmed the ongoing expansion of its tech and innovation functions in the financial services sector, with five new partners coming onboard.

The partners will help the firm to increase and refine its capabilities in areas such as advanced data and analytics, robotics, artificial intelligence and the cloud.

Among the new hires is Olivier Collinet, who was appointed head of cloud for the EY financial services division. Mr Collinet previously spent 12 years at Google, where he was a founding member of the internet giant's cloud team and its chief technology officer for Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

Debraj Dutta has taken on the role of partner in EY's financial services data and analytics team, having previously worked at Accenture, where he helped to establish a robotics process automation technology advisory practice in the UK.

Michael Elysee has joined EY's financial services IT risk assurance team from KPMG, while Anita Kimber has moved from Nationwide building society to become a partner and head of digital innovation in the firm's financial services unit.

Jason McLean was confirmed as technology solutions leader for EY financial services, moving to the UK having previously worked for the company in Australia.

All of these partners are joining at an exciting time for the business, according to Paul Maddox, managing partner for UK financial services advisory at EY.

"Digital innovation is a top priority for firms across the globe, with many moving to the cloud and developing more sophisticated data and analytics solutions," he commented.

"We're rapidly growing our tech and innovation practice to ensure we're perfectly placed to support our clients and respond to the growing demand for tech capabilities, whether in the cloud, analytics, cyber, digital, robotics, AI, or IT risk space."

A recent study from strategic advisory group Equiteq highlighted how digital transformation and rapid technological evolution are challenging traditional perceptions of consulting firms and the services they offer.

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