As an Associate Director in Global Innovation, Anna leverages her breadth of experience across consulting, vendor and industry to help clients adopt a business problem-led approach to technology and innovation.
Since joining EY, she has focused on the practical application of artificial intelligence (AI) and advanced automation technologies within Financial Services organizations. Most recently, she has played a leadership role in our global IBOR proposition, owning the design and delivery of a number of technology-enabled solutions for IBOR transition.
In addition to the various client-facing and internal roles she held in a global bank, Anna has worked with more than twenty global clients across banking, capital markets, wealth and asset management, and healthcare to help solve a range of complex business challenges through a combination of technology and process improvement.
She holds an MSc in Management from the University of Edinburgh Business School and an LL.B. in European Law from Maastricht University.
How Anna is building a better working world
“AI is a focal innovation topic in nearly every organization, but Anna is a firm believer that any technology discussion should start with alignment on the problem statement. She has seen AI drive increasing levels of benefit including cost and risk reduction, efficiency gains, and increased profitability, but the most successful initiatives are rooted in a deep understanding of the business context at the outset.
At EY, this mindset drives the way Anna designs and delivers technology. She works closely with her Financial Services Consulting colleagues across areas such as Risk, Operations and Legal to ensure our technology tools and solutions respond to the core client need.”