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The rise in machine intelligence highlights how important it is for businesses to focus on the needs and aspirations of their customers and employees, seeing them as people first and foremost.

Errol Gardner

EY Global Vice Chair – Consulting

Helping clients embrace disruption to drive change. Passionate about inclusion and mentoring. Avid Manchester United fan.

Errol is responsible for leading EY Global Consulting which has over 70,000 professionals worldwide.

Errol has 30 years of professional services experience. He has delivered business transformation enabled by technology and data solutions for several Fortune 500 clients across Europe and in the US. He has served clients in oil and gas, power and utilities, and in the last 20 years has focused mainly on banking and insurance. 

He continues to advise clients and teams on the delivery of complex technology and data enabled change. 

Errol joined EY as a partner in 2009. He has held several leadership positions in the European financial services business and was also the global leader for technology consulting.

Errol is an ACA and holds a BA in Industrial Economics from the University of Nottingham, UK.  He is also a member of the Executive Leadership Council, an organization committed to increasing the number of C-suite Black executives on corporate boards and in global enterprises.

How Errol is building a better working world

So many organizations are acknowledging the need to change and how critical this is for them to continue to operate into the future. I lead a team that is focused on building a better working world by transforming businesses through the power of people, technology and innovation. The key to this is hiring, developing and empowering a diverse group of people within EY, building solutions and assets with our ecosystem of partners. Working in this way will enable us to be able to support organizations who are ready to embrace the need to change and help them to make it happen. 

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