Marc is a Principal in the EY Financial Services Consulting practice, Ernst & Young LLP and is the co-lead of the Global Regulatory Network. Focused on risk- and regulatory-driven transformational change facing global financial institutions, he has worked with clients globally to enhance capital and risk management, resilience and governance.
He has over 20 years of banking experience, including more than 15 with the New York Fed, where he was a senior vice president and director of supervisory policy. While at the Fed, he was a member of the committee that oversaw the supervision of US GSIBs. In addition, he represented the New York Fed on the Basel Committee during the development of the Basel III capital and liquidity standards.
Marc was also a Managing Director at an investment bank, working in Finance and Treasury. He received a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of California at Berkeley.
How Marc is building a better working world
“Throughout my career – at EY and at the Fed – I have tried to work with a broad group of private and public sector stakeholders to keep customers and markets safe and to promote financial stability and sustainable growth. These goals continue shape my thinking and guide my efforts to advise clients.”