For 25 years, Phillip has been an advisor to many of the leading financial regulators, central banks and supranational bodies in finance, and a consultant to commercial and investment banks on regulatory and risk management issues.
Areas of particular focus have been bank capital and liquidity management, Board-level risk appetite, and credit risk. He has also worked hands on with both banks and supervisors in financial sector restructuring through both the 1997-98 Asia crisis and the 2007-8 global financial crisis. He brings to FNA deep experience in formulation and implementation of prudential banking regulation, and in Asia Pacific markets, having been based in Asia for more than 20 years.
Prior to FNA, Phillip led finance, risk, regulatory and analytics practices of several prominent professional services firms, most recently as the Managing Partner for the Risk and Regulatory practice of PwC in Asia Pacific.