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As prudential regulation settles, the banking sector looks beyond staying compliant, focusing on how to become much more efficient in managing regulatory requirements.

Dr. Marc Ryser

EY Switzerland FSRM Leader and EY EMEIA FSO Prudential Risk Strategic Solution leader

Banking and prudential risk management capabilities. Facilitator of industry and regulator dialogue. Advisor to CROs. Doing splits between avid travelling and family.

Areas of focus Growth Trust Advisory
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Marc is an Advisory Partner at EY Switzerland. He’s also the Financial Services Risk Management (FSRM) Service Leader for Switzerland.

In his role, Marc assists major investment and commercial banks and asset managers in risk function setups, regulatory risk modeling and risk management projects across all risk disciplines.

Prior to joining EY, he worked as a financial economist at a research and consulting firm for five years. Marc has 20 years’ experience in the financial services industry.

Marc holds an MSc and PhD degree in Finance from the University of Zurich. He also holds a Diploma of Advanced Studies in Applied Statistics from ETH Zurich. Furthermore, he is a Financial Risk Management (FRM) charter holder.

How Marc is building a better working world 

“I play a key role in regulatory audits and regulator dialogue to build and keep trust in the financial services industry —an industry that serves fundamental societal needs such as safe deposit taking, and reallocating risks and liquidity among market participants.

In an uncertain business environment shaped by market, credit, operational, conduct and liquidity risks, the issue of risk management has never been higher on banks’ agendas. That’s where my team and I come in. I draw on my experience in quantitative modeling, risk management frameworks and regulation to help guide my international clients through risk transformation, supporting them as they develop focused risk strategy and control mechanisms.”

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