Graham leads Grant Thornton’s Banking sector within Financial Services, delivering world-class business transformation capabilities that elevate our clients’ strategic agendas around digital disruption and sustainability in a demanding regulatory environment. Within the Banking sector, Graham leads our practice resources and delivery teams through both a national and global cohort of key accounts, ensuring that our go-to-market focus is to help our clients activate quickly and effectively to realize their growth agendas.
Graham’s demonstrated success is based upon his planning and execution mindset, team building and leadership skills, and his awareness to link organization, process, and technology requirements with critical business needs. Graham combines his finance, operations, and technology experience with emerging Fintech insights to help clients optimize for efficiency and harvest data to support growth agendas. For Graham’s client profile of global and regional banks, he has developed industry-leading commercial software and has implemented new technologies that create sustainable advantages to overcome disrupted processes and operating models.
- Business consulting
Professional qualifications and memberships
CPM - Business Intelligence Group, Consolidation & Financial Reporting Group, Corporate Performance Management
Real Estate - Realcomm Advisory Council
Villanova Business School Center for Business Analytics – Curriculum advisor
Presentations and publications
“Unintended Operational Consequences of Regulatory Reform”, Currency, April 2013
“The Push for Transparency”, Asset Management Advisor, February 2013
“Performance Reporting for Multi-Asset Class Investments”, Risk Professional, Apri1, 2011
Graham earned an MBA from the Fuqua School of Business of Duke University, and a BS in Physics from Duke University.
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