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EY director Malcolm Kerr to retire

EY financial services executive director Malcolm Kerr is to retire after 10 years with the firm.

Kerr has announced he is stepping down from his current role at the end of March, but will continue to act as an adviser to EY.

He has worked in the financial services industry for almost 45 years, and has held senior roles at firms including Canada Life, MetLife and Albany International.

Kerr says: “Almost every year of my career has felt better than the one before, and the last 10 years with EY have been absolutely wonderful: great clients, colleagues and opportunities during a remarkable decade of change.

“Happily, my relationship with EY will continue. As a senior adviser I will be providing a specific range of services to the firm, particularly around thought leadership.”


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  1. Top Man Malcolm – One of the industry’s thinkers :rare in the market of followers

  2. Garry spot on, and dare I say it a man not afraid to say what he thinks

  3. Absolutely Robert! FCA could do with his advice however they probably would not want their thinking polluted

  4. John Snelgrove 11th May 2017 at 12:05 am

    A champion of financial services, Malcolm is greatly admired. I am so honoured to have been part of his rich story

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