Accenture (ACN) has named Alan McIntyre to be senior managing director, global banking, effective January 6, 2016.
In his new role, Mr. McIntyre will be responsible for Accenture’s banking industry vision and strategy, investment priorities, offering development and network of alliance partners. He replaces Juan Pedro Moreno, who will focus on his role as country managing director for Spain and geographic managing director for Spain, Portugal and Israel.
Mr. McIntyre joins Accenture after over 20 years at management consulting firm Oliver Wyman, where, most recently, he was a senior partner in the financial services practice. During his career with Oliver Wyman, he was also managing partner for North America and Oliver Wyman Group’s chief operating officer from 2010-2012.
“At a time when the global banking industry is experiencing so much change, I’m pleased to have Alan join our team,” said Richard Lumb, Group Chief Executive, Financial Services at Accenture. “Alan brings a deep knowledge of the banking industry, an impressive track record in fostering client relationships, and a strong viewpoint on how banks need to transform in order to thrive in today’s era of digital disruption – all of which are critical for the success of our customers.”
“Innovative new technologies in the banking industry are making all of us re-think the role that banks can and should play in consumers’ lives,” said Mr. McIntyre. “I’m excited to join Accenture at such a critical time and to work with the team here to help the banking industry adopt new technologies that can transform the way they do business and enable them to offer exciting new products to their customers.”
Mr. McIntyre, 48, will be based in New York. He has a Masters of Arts in philosophy and economics from Glasgow University, a Masters of Philosophy in finance from Pembroke College, Cambridge and a Masters of Business Administration from IMD Business School (Lausanne, Switzerland).
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