McGibbon joins EY as partner

  • New recruit: David McGibbon has joined EY as a partner

    New recruit: David McGibbon has joined EY as a partner


EY announced that David McGibbon has joined as partner in the advisory practice of EY’s Bahamas, Bermuda, British Virgin Islands and Cayman Islands region.

Mr McGibbon brings over 15 years of consulting experience in financial services as well as the public sector.

In his new role, Mr McGibbon focuses on expanding EY’s advisory services, particularly focusing on business, digital, and technology strategy and transformation, in addition to regulatory compliance, AML/CFT and risk management.

He will be assisting clients with solutions such as intelligent automation, cybersecurity, trusted cloud, blockchain and advanced analytics.

Dan Scott, regional managing partner, said the appointment “further underlines EY’s commitment to helping clients build their businesses during this transformative age”.

Chris Maiato, EY regional advisory leader, said: “David brings to the region his wealth of experience with some of our largest and complex clients and can apply that to help our clients, in Bermuda and across the region, grow and scale their business especially in this digital era.”

Mr McGibbon joined EY in 2010 and was based in EY’s Charlotte, North Carolina office before relocating to the EY Cayman office.

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Published Jun 13, 2019 at 5:03 pm (Updated Jun 13, 2019 at 5:03 pm)

McGibbon joins EY as partner

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