As EY EMEIA Advisory Managing Partner, David oversees revenues worth around US$3b as well as an organization of about 25,000 people. He is responsible for helping enable corporates and governments to address the competitive, social, regulatory and disruptive forces impacting them.
With about three decades of professional experience, David is seasoned in advising EY clients on large, complex business-led transformation programs, performance and cost management as well as risk management.
Additionally, he is a trustee of EY Foundation, an organization that aims to support young people from disadvantaged backgrounds with education, employment and enterprise.
Prior to joining EY in 2004, David spent 15 years focusing on financial services consulting, and harnessed specialized skills in finance transformation, risk management and performance improvement.
He earned his degree in Mathematics from the University of Oxford.
How David is building a better working world
“I’m passionate about two things. The first one is about giving EY clients across EMEIA talented people, with excellent capabilities and services, so that they can succeed in this ever more disruptive, complex and technology-driven market. The second is about giving the young people I work with — as Trustee for EY Foundation — the very same opportunities that I have so that they can be the very best in their chosen fields, making their aspirations a reality and their future a success.”