David Kadio-Morokro
Organizations that do not pivot from a linear to an exponential mindset by embracing innovation and by continuously transforming themselves are at risk of quickly becoming irrelevant to customers.

David Kadio-Morokro

EY Americas Financial Services Innovation Leader

Passionate about technology, innovation, and leading EY people to solve clients’ most challenging problems.

David helps clients develop and industrialize innovation strategies to realize the opportunities offered by digitization and emerging technologies.

With nearly two decades of experience and as EY Advisory Services risk technology leader, David has helped EY clients implement risk, capital, and regulatory technology solutions. He has led large global engagements across the technology system development life cycle. He has advised many top-tier international and US banks on their regulatory and compliance efforts which included projects spanning Basel, CCAR, and Reg W programs, Data Quality and Governance, Credit Risk architecture, Risk Reporting, Credit Portfolio Management and implementation of third party risk management solutions.

David's experience in risk and capital management in the post-financial crisis regulatory transformation era, he has made him an expert on the challenges the industry faces in innovating under the scrutiny of regulators and stakeholders with little room for error. David and his teams use this knowledge to help clients safely and profitably transform and pursue their growth and innovation agenda.

David is a member of the Global Association of Risk Professionals (GARP), and received his Financial Risk Manager (FRM) certification in 2004. David holds an MBA in Finance and Investments from Baruch College and an engineering degree in Computer Science from the Hautes Etudes d'Ingénieur in Lille, France.

How David is building a better working world

“I am dedicated to building a better working world for my clients and my community through my work as a trusted advisor on transformative projects and as one of the founding members of Fondation Lya, a non-for-profit charity dedicated to helping sickle cell anemia patients live better lives.”