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The best innovative ideas come from diverse teams. We need to constantly be thinking about next-gen technology solutions powered by our ecosystem partners to bring to our clients.

Brian May

EY Americas Alliance and Managed Services Leader

Innovator. Outdoors and cycling enthusiast. Health and wellness champion. Husband. Father. Mentor.

Brian is the EY Americas Alliance and Managed Services Leader, where he works closely with regional, sector and service line leadership to confirm a consistent go-to-market strategy which accelerates the activation of solutions powered by our alliances and expands our current portfolio of managed services. He simplifies our business and optimizes our investment in activation resources, and works with priority accounts to drive strategic growth through alliances and managed services.

Brian has more than 30 years of experience performing and managing strategic consulting engagements covering the analysis or design of all aspects of financial institutions and treasury departments. He is experienced in leading significant change programs for clients to fulfill strategic initiatives or drive tactical, business-focused improvement.

Brian graduated with honors from the University of Iowa with a Bachelor of Business Administration. He is a certified public accountant and holds a chartered financial analyst designation.

How Brian is building a better working world

Brian has a thoughtful leadership style and innovative approach to solving the most complex challenges. He has been a champion for our people, consistently showing support for diversity and inclusiveness as well as health and wellness initiatives.

His in-depth understanding of the market has made the FSO a pioneer in market growth and innovation. With our alliance relationships Brian will continue to drive leading solutions to bring value to our clients.

Brian is on the Board of Trustees for the American Heart Association – San Francisco Bay Area. He also serves on the EY US Retirement Investment Committee.