Photographic portrait of Bharat Mathur
In an era of unprecedented change, the successful integration of technology is not just the key to survival but is also driving customer value and securing revenue for the future.

Bharat Mathur

EY EMEIA Financial Services, Business Development and Strategic Alliances Leader

Leader focused on driving value for clients by embedding disruptive technology into their businesses. Bharat is married to Smita and likes to unwind with family or on the tennis court.

Bharat leads senior relationships for EY at Board and Executive Management across global financial services organizations.

He is the Business Development and Strategic Alliances leader. In this role he works to bring the best of the technology eco-system to the market, collaborating with our alliance partners to help clients to innovate faster, sell more, and deliver better services.

He leads our Business Development teams which focus on managing our priority accounts across Banking, Insurance and Wealth & Asset Management sectors. He has worked with financial services businesses in developed markets such as UK, Europe and the US, as well as, emerging markets including India, China and the Middle- East. 

As an active supporter of building a diverse and inclusive culture within EY, Bharat sponsors a number of initiatives to promote ethnic diversity.

Bharat has a BCom (H) from the University of Delhi, India and has completed his post graduation from the Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Bangalore, India in 1992.

How Bharat is building a better world

“I believe that through collaboration with our alliance partners we can help the financial services industry answer not only today’s challenges, but those of the future. By empowering our clients with ever-more secure and resilient solutions, we can truly build a better working world.

Our attitude to diversity and inclusiveness is a crucial factor in our ability to innovate both as a business and as an industry. Without truly embedding open and fair values for our business we will never be able to unlock our people’s full potential.”

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