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Passionate and excited about the future of FinTech and building better, more personalized and more inclusive Financial Services.

Matt Hatch

EY Americas FinTech and Financial Services Growth Markets Leader

Entrepreneurial leader driving strategic growth within the global FinTech ecosystem. Father of two amazing girls, husband, runner, snowboarder, home brewer and retired skateboarder.

Matt is EY Americas Fintech and Financial Services Growth Markets Leader and has spent his entire career at EY since joining in 1999. He works across various industries, including technology and financial services, and has experience across all EY services including audit, advisory, tax and transaction advisory. 

Matt focuses on enabling all aspects of the FinTech ecosystem — investors, entrepreneurs, start-ups, — as well as transforming incumbent financial services systems and facilitating partnerships between traditional and FinTech companies.

He leads complex advisory and assurance projects, including FinTech innovation, payment processing, internal audit co-sourcing and outsourcing, financial audit, governance risk and compliance implementations, IT risk management, and controls optimization efforts.

A California Certified Public Accountant and a Certified Information Systems Auditor, Matt holds a BA in Accounting and Management Information Systems from California State University, Chico.

How Matt is building a better working world

“I am focused on helping our clients achieve their ambitions to build better financial services.  I am energized by what I do for EY clients, I am passionate about building relationships with innovative growth companies that are changing the future of financial services.

Curious about what innovation will do to enable a truly better working world, I strive to enable the 2 billion underbanked people around the world. Being part of the EY’s Building a better working world initiative, I am proud of how I improve and advance financial services via FinTech and high-growth companies.”