About Daniel

Daniel primarily advises major financial institutions and has worked with more than half of the world’s top 50 banks, as well as many insurers, asset managers, and hedge funds. His main areas of focus are analytics, digital, risk, compliance, finance, and audit. Daniel has also worked on a range of strategy topics in retail, corporate, and institutional banking. In addition, Daniel has recently worked on Brexit, productivity, trade and other economic-policy issues.

Recent client work includes the following:

  • Advanced analytics and digitalisation work for several major European banks
  • Operational risk and compliance work for most of the world’s top banks
  • Risk and finance organization and governance work for more than ten major European and US financial institutions
  • Risk culture and behavior work for two major European banks, a global hedge fund, and a major standard-setting body
  • Compliance and audit work for more than ten major banks and several major insurers and asset managers
  • Comprehensive Capital Analysis and Review (CCAR) and stress-testing work for five major US banks and three major European banks
  • Credit and counterparty risk modeling, process, digitization, policy, organization, and optimization work for more than ten major European and US financial institutions

Published work

The new frontier in anti–money laundering,” McKinsey on Risk, November 2017

Tackling GDPR compliance before time runs out,” McKinsey on Risk, August 2017

Sustainable compliance: Seven steps toward effectiveness and efficiency,” McKinsey on Risk, February 2017

The EU data-protection regulation—compliance burden or foundation for digitization?” McKinsey & Company, January 2017

Managing non-financial risk in banking: Paradigm shifts in the making,” McKinsey & Company, April 2016

Taking the stress out of operational risk stress testing,” McKinsey & Company, December 2015

Past experience

Oliver Wyman
Partner in the European Risk Practice; global lead of Operational Risk & Compliance Service Line


Oxford University
MPhil, European politics, economics, and society

Oxford University
MA and BA, politics and economics