Press release

9 Aug 2022

EY’s Rahul Kini named ‘Rising Star in Digital’

EY’s Technology Risk Manager, Rahul Kini, has been named ‘Rising Star in Digital’ at the third Jersey Finance Rising Stars awards.

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The Jersey Finance Rising Stars awards celebrate the achievements of the young, talented individuals across Jersey’s financial services industry. In total, over 150 people were nominated for the awards, with three people shortlisted by an independent panel of judges for each of the fourteen categories available. The awards have become a staple in the finance calendar, with more than 50,000 votes being cast by members of the public to determine the winners.

Rahul joined EY as a graduate in 2016 and has risen through the ranks to Manager in EY’s Channel Islands Technology Risk team. During his time with the firm, Rahul has been instrumental in the growth and success of EY’s Technology Risk service offering, supporting numerous clients with navigating the forever evolving challenges across the digital and IT risk landscape. He also takes a keen interest in sharing his experience by coaching and motoring the junior members of the team.

Rahul said: “I am delighted to have won the Rising Star in Digital award. I am grateful for the continued investment I’ve had from EY and to work in a flexible environment with such a supportive team, which enables me to perform at my best. I look forward to continuing to build my technological skillset by utilising the resources and training available to me to keep progressing in my career with EY.”

Leo Beossenkool, Partner and Head of EY’s CI Technology Risk team, said: “Congratulations to Rahul on winning this award. Since joining the team, Rahul has been pivotal to the growth and success of our team. His motivation, hard work and dedication make him a pleasure to work with. It’s fantastic to see his hard work rewarded and recognised not just within EY, but within the local finance industry. I look forward to continuing to see Rahul flourish in his career with us.”  

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