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Senior Managing Director – Global Banking Industry Leader at Accenture

Alan McIntyre is Accenture's Senior Managing Director for the Global Banking industry and is based in Accenture’s New York office. He is responsible for Accenture’s overall vision and strategy in the banking sector, investment priorities, client offering development, and supporting network of alliance partners.

Alan has nearly 30 years experience working with clients in the banking industry with a focus on enterprise strategy and performance improvement programs in the retail and commercial sectors. Alan has led major M&A assignments at the Board level, been a personal adviser to multiple Bank CEOs in both North America and Europe, steered many bank-wide transformation programmes, and has advised on multiple new business launches.

Before joining Accenture in January 2016, Alan was Oliver Wyman's Managing Partner for North America, responsible for its consulting business in the United States, Canada and Mexico. During Alan’s 23 years at Oliver Wyman, his personal client consulting was focused on the retail and commercial banking industry and he served clients in North America, Europe and Australia. Alan has an M.A. from Glasgow University in Scotland, a Masters in Finance from Pembroke College Cambridge, and an MBA from IMD Business School in Lausanne, Switzerland.

Alan has a passion for classical music, serving as chair of the Stamford Symphony Orchestra in Connecticut, and also serving on the board of the League of American Orchestras. Alan is involved in a number of educational and cultural organizations in his native Scotland, where he is Patron of The Institute of Contemporary Scotland, a monthly columnist for the Scottish Review magazine, and a Board Member of Global Minorities Alliance, a human rights charity. In April 2018, Alan was also inducted into the Global Scot Hall of Fame, recognising his contribution as a Scottish Business Ambassador. 

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