As a leader in Digital McKinsey and our Risk Practice, Kayvaun serves all types of financial services firms including universal banks, investment banks, securities firms, regional banks, asset managers, and financial-market-infrastructure players on a broad range of digital risk, finance, data, technology, and operations-related issues.
Kayvaun, along with his digital risk and data transformation teams, has had tremendous impact helping financial services firms realize new revenue opportunities, achieve far-reaching regulatory requirements, reducing risk, and creating efficiency. He has accomplished this through large-scale transformations that establish strategies and drive execution of initiatives to both address regulatory mandates and also surpass competitors with advanced digital risk and data capabilities. Such capabilities include automation of CCAR, operations risk, compliance (for example, BSA/AML, KYC) and credit processes, designing and implementing data governance, data use cases, and data architecture at a rapid pace with groundbreaking levels of adoption and impact.
Kayvaun convenes the world’s leading forums on digital risk and data transformation, for example, two biannual roundtables on BCBS 239 including all GSIBs and most D-SIBs. He also leads much of our preeminent knowledge efforts on these topics including annual benchmarking that spans over 100 banks globally. Kayvaun speaks regularly at industry forums, publishes, and is quoted in leading journals on these topics.
Saptarshi Ganguly, Holger Harreis, Ben Margolis, and Kayvaun Rowshankish, “Digital risk: Transforming risk management for the 2020s,” February 2017
Holger Harreis and Kayvaun Rowshankish, “BCBS 239: Full compliance elusive, but systematic risk reduced,” Global Association of Risk Professionals, February 4, 2016
Holger Harreis, Matthias Lange, Jorge Machado, Kayvaun Rowshankish, David Schraa, “A marathon, not a sprint: Capturing value from BCBS 239 and beyond,” McKinsey & Company, June 2015
James M. Kaplan and Kayvaun Rowshankish, “Addressing the impact of data location regulation in financial services,” Global Commission on Internet Governance, May 2015
Diamond Management & Technology Consultants
Partner, capital markets practice
Cass Business School
University of Surrey
BA, business studies