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Sunday, 19 November 2017

IFR Future of Investment Banking Roundtable: Participants

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Andrew Goulden
DELOITTE
Andrew Goulden is one of Deloitte’s most experienced investment banking partners with over 30 years’ experience in the sector. He has deep expertise in operating models for global investment banks across all business divisions. He has led many large scale cost reduction and transformation programmes for leading investment banks.

Harps Sidhu
KPMG
Harps Sidhu is currently a UK Management Consulting, FS Capital Markets Partner and leads the relationships for some of KPMG’s strategic clients. Sidhu has worked across front office, finance, risk, operations, compliance and technology, including being the Client Lead Partner for Risk, Finance and Treasury transformation for a top 5 universal bank.

Julian Wakeham
PWC
JulianWakeham is the lead partner for PwC’s banking and capital markets consulting business, he chairs PwC’s UK investment banking group and sits on the financial services regulatory leadership team. Wakeham has worked across a large number of projects with US, European and Asian banks.

Matthieu Lemerle
MCKINSEY & COMPANY
Matthieu Lemerle is a Partner with McKinsey and works with corporate and investment banks in Europe, the US and Asia. Based in London, he is a core leader of McKinsey’s Global Corporate & Investment Banking Practice, and leads its Capital Markets & Investment Banking service line in Europe. He joined McKinsey in 2001.

Steven Lewis
ERNST & YOUNG
Steven Lewis is a Director at Ernst & Young and is the Lead Analyst for the Global Banking & Capital Markets Sector. He is responsible for analysing sector trends, developing thought leadership and acting as a spokesperson to communicate Ernst & Young’s perspective on the key issues, opportunities and challenges affecting the firm’s clients and the industry as a whole.

Keith Mullin
Editor-at-large, IFR
Roundtable Chair and Moderator

To continue reading this roundtable, click the relevant section. Foreword - Participants - Part 1 - Part 2 - Part 3

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