Parrish Pryce-Williams is an experienced business architect with a strong understanding of Banking, Fintech and Financial Services. He is passionate about supporting senior stakeholders navigate through new banking regulation, structural change, strategic realignment, acquisition or merger, legal entity separation and managing change.
Parrish Pryce-Williams’ previous experience includes co-founding a technology start-up, working in PriceWaterhouseCooper’s Banking and Capital Markets practice and various roles where he developed strategy, set up new business units and delivered organisational re-structuring.
Formal qualifications include MSc Finance (OUBS), MBA Strategy (OUBS), Advanced Diploma In Management Accounting (CIMA) and Certificate in Fintech & Digital Currencies (MIT).
Peter Weir is a delivery-focused banking consultant with a strong understanding of the regulatory and compliance environment. He provides clients with a clear view of the regulatory landscape and the impact on areas such as organisation design, product, business process, systems, data and reporting requirements.
Peter Weir has gained industry experience in Product and Financial Control, Securitisation, Fixed Income, Finance, Compliance, Operations, Management Reporting and Programme and Project Management with global banking organisations including Barclays, NatWest Group and HSBC.
Peter Weir is a Chartered Accountant (FCA, ICAEW) and qualified with the Mazars audit practice in London. Prior to this, he studied Mathematics at Christ Church, Oxford.
Murray Latimer is a qualified financial professional with over 18 years experience in Banking and Financial Services with experience in the Front Office, Product Control, Financial Control and Project Management. He has worked with a range of banking products including Credit (Securitised Products), Equities, FX and Interest Rate Derivatives.
Murray Latimer’s experience comes from time at Deutsche Bank, Coutts & Co, NatWest and PriceWaterhouseCoopers Audit practice. During his time at PwC he was also seconded to the New York Stock Exchange.
Murray Latimer holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree, is a qualified Chartered Accountant (CA(SA)) and is a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA® ). He is passionate about financial markets and an avid sports fan.
Harry Wilby is a consultant with excellent analytical and project delivery skills. His key focus areas are helping clients understand the strategic impact of regulatory and political change. Harry specialises in scenario planning, operational readiness, business continuity and crisis management.
Harry Wilby has worked on the respective Brexit Planning and Ring-Fencing Programmes for Coutts & Co. He also spent time as a Senior Contributor on European Affairs and Politics; and has also held various research roles at the Houses of Parliament in London and European Parliament in Brussels.
Harry Wilby holds a First Class degree in European Politics and a MSc in International Political Economy from King’s College, London. He is fluent in French, studying Japanese and other academic interests including the future of the European Union, Japanese Politics, Global Energy Security and Carbon Markets.