Angela is a partner in McKinsey’s London office who advises clients in the banking and technology industries. Her areas of expertise include risk and resilience, risk transformation, and sustainability.
She has more than 20 years’ experience leading global digital-transformation programs to enable growth, enhance risk management, meet regulatory obligations, and reduce costs.
Examples of Angela’s recent work include the following:
- shaping and leading the transformation for a global bank to enhance risk-management capability and deliver an annual cost savings of $150 million through digital adoption, automation, and operating-model change via designing and implementing the new organization, skills, location, data, and reporting and analytics strategy in regards to potential risk
- defining strategy to implement net-zero targets for a global bank, integrating changes across risk appetite, capital allocation, and portfolio management to meet net-zero targets
- helping a rapidly growing unicorn technology firm implement risk-management capabilities ahead of IPO by designing the organization, governance, and ownership of key risks, key risk indicators, risk appetite, and interventions to improve risk culture
- leading the nonfinancial risk-analytics strategy and implementation for a global bank, enabling risk professionals worldwide to visualize risk profiles and the effectiveness of the control environment
- working with UK-based financial-services regulator to define its data-management strategy including data-management framework, gap assessment, and implementation roadmap
- leading the digital risk transformation for a European financial institution, enhancing the group’s data-and-reporting architecture to become compliant with reporting practices and regulations
- leading the maintenance-services transformation for a global energy infrastructure company by using data and analytics to predict maintenance interventions for over 100,000 high-voltage electrical-grid components to increase maintenance service revenue and reduce faults