Banks must transform their businesses to be more sustainable, resilient and customer-centric. Success is not only about returns, but the long-term value they create for wider society.

Nigel Moden

EY EMEIA Financial Services Banking and Capital Markets Leader

Passionate believer in the banking industry as a force for good. Leading advocate for the talent agenda in EY. Builder of diverse teams. Avid cricketer.

Nigel is the EY EMEIA Banking & Capital Markets Leader for Financial Services. Representing the banking sector, he is a member of the EY EMEIA Financial Services Leadership team and sits on the firm’s Global Banking Operating Committee. He is responsible for helping manage the portfolio of Banking & Capital Market accounts across EMEIA, so that EY teams are bringing insights, and investing in new ideas and innovative approaches, that help clients succeed in a challenging marketplace.

A former banker, Nigel has over 25 years’ experience in professional services, leading multidisciplinary international teams, building senior client relationships and overseeing large-scale regulatory change, business transformation and performance improvement programs. He is also the EY Global Client Service Partner for one of the largest banking and financial services institutions in the world.

Nigel holds a BA in Modern and Medieval Languages from the University of Cambridge.

How Nigel is building a better working world

As a firm believer in the banking industry as a force for good, Nigel is committed to helping reshape the industry, by working with EY clients to become more resilient, customer-focused and efficient, so that we can build a better working world that is fit for the future.

An avid cricketer, Nigel has played county cricket. He recently became a trustee for a charity, which leverages the great game to promote health education and social change.

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