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27-28 June 2023
The Grimaldi ForumMonte Carlo, Monaco

Alex Birkin
Managing Partner, EMEIA, Financial Sers Consulting at EY


Alex Birkin is the EY EMEIA Financial Services Consulting Leader and Managing Partner and was formerly the EY Global Wealth and Asset Management Consulting Leader and EMEIA Wealth and Asset Management Industry Leader. Previously he was responsible for the services EY delivers to the asset owner, wealth management, asset management, alternatives and asset servicing sectors in EMEIA and for the consulting services globally. He now leads the EMEIA Financial Services Consulting practice, which consists of business, technology and people consulting and provides services across Banking, Insurance, Wealth and Asset Management and other industries that now provide some financial services.

Alex joined EY in 1997, became a partner in 2005 and has been advising the wealth, asset management and asset servicing industry for over 23 years. Alex has experience in number of consulting disciplines including strategy, business model transformation, transaction integration, growth strategies, cost transformation, technology, regulatory driven business change and risk management.

Alex’s clients include global and boutique asset managers, private banks, wealth managers, alternative managers and investor services providers based in EMEIA, Asia and the US.

Alex was appointed to the Board of the CFA Institute on 1 September 2018 and is now serving his second term, which includes being a member of the Audit & Finance Committee and chairing the Strategy working group.

Agenda Sessions

  • The CEO, CIO and bank leader perspectives on the changing purpose of the industry