Capital Markets Services

In Banking and capital markets

Tightening monetary policy, economic headwinds, geopolitical risk and increased market volatility are providing both challenges and opportunities to capital markets firms that require strategy, operating model, and infrastructure change. The slate of capital markets Regulation and prudential trading book capital changes on the horizon as well as increasing regulatory expectations for enhanced risk management and reinvigorated enforcement actions further impact the upcoming books of work for capital markets firms.

At EY, we focus on providing business and technology-enabled services to our clients by assembling deeply skilled, cross-functional teams to work with our clients in tackling these challenges, transform, and meet their strategic goals.

Our Capital Markets teams offer a wide range of services that are tailored to how our clients are organized across business, risk, regulatory and technology areas.

Our approach aligns to supporting capital markets stakeholders – markets division CEO/COOs, financial resource management teams, front office quantitative strategists, first line of defense risk and compliance teams, post-trade operations, and technology and data teams — in growing their businesses, managing costs, and meeting risk management and regulatory requirements.

Our teams deliver approaches that consider the business agenda and the optimal technology enablement to meet client needs. In addition, we have a growing suite of pre-built solutions targeted to capital markets pain points to accelerate our clients’ execution.

We continue to establish and maintain strong relationships with capital markets trade associations and vendors that continuously inform, train and improve our capabilities.

The Capital markets services team

Michael Sheptin

EY US Financial Services Traded Products Risk and Capital Leader and IBOR Transition Co-lead

Senior advisor to banking and capital markets executives. Passionate about helping clients meet their goals and building diverse, high perfoming teams.

New York, USA

John Boyle

Principal, Capital Markets Risk & Business Transformation, Ernst & Young LLP

Capital markets and risk transformation leader focused on cost and financial resource optimization, process efficiency, and advanced analytics. Father. Avid traveler.

New York, USA

Nick Gardiner

Principal, Strategy and Transactions, EY-Parthenon Strategy, Ernst & Young LLP

Globally experienced advisor in strategy and M&A for financial institutions.

New York, USA

Daniel Scrafford

EY US IBOR Transition Lead

Financial services risk management leader. Over 14 years of experience across banking and capital markets. Iron Man competitor and father of two sons.

New York, USA

Sumit Malik

Partner, Financial Services Consulting, Ernst & Young LLP

Transformational leader in financial services. Valuation, risk and controls champion. Capital markets data and technology. Husband. Father. Movie buff. Aviation enthusiast.

New York, USA

Setu R. Pandya

Managing Director, Consulting, Financial Services, Ernst & Young LLP

Brings over 20 years of progressive experience. Delivers results across key accounts and competencies.

Hoboken, USA

Feng Zhang, PhD

Principal, Financial Services Risk Management, Business Consulting, Ernst & Young LLP

Enjoy teaching kids mathematics, reading and hiking, and exploring new places with family.

New York, USA

Capital markets latest thinking

Impacts of Central Clearing of US Treasuries and Repo

In this webcast, panelists will discuss key themes and high-level requirements of the US Treasury and repo central clearing rules.

07 May 2024 | 14:00 your local time

Why today’s banking CRO must be master of many trades

The EY/IIF global risk management survey results surface new challenges faced by today’s CRO as their strategic and tactical remit expands. Read more.

06 Feb 2024 Jan Bellens + 2

How financial services is addressing U.S. Treasury and Repo clearing

Central clearing for U.S. Treasury and Repo markets triggers change in U.S. Treasury market structure, affecting broker-dealers and institutional investors. Read more.

01 Feb 2024 Mark Nichols

How financial firms can prepare for the 2024 regulatory landscape

Financial services firms will need to prioritize both event-driven and existing regulations to capitalize on untapped opportunities. Learn more.

04 Dec 2023 Jan Bellens + 4

Basel III Endgame: what you need to know

Basel III Endgame is the latest update to global capital standards, marking a dramatic change to the current US risk-based capital framework. Learn more.

22 Sep 2023 Adam Girling

What to know about trading venue management and surveillance

Firms are facing heightened regulatory expectations. Learn more

18 Sep 2023 Robert Mara

Managing firmwide market data costs, capabilities and governance

Managing and modernizing market data costs, distribution, technology and controls can provide Capital Markets businesses efficiencies and competitive edge.

06 Sep 2023 EY Americas
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