Shaun Crawford

Partner & Global Insurance Leader, EY, 
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►    Shaun Crawford has been leading Ernst & Young’s Global Insurance business for the last 5 years, growing EY’s Insurance consulting, audit, tax and corporate finance businesses and providing increased focus on the Emerging Markets (Asia, LATAM, India and Africa in particular). Total annual revenue of $1.6bn.
►    Shaun has been in the Financial Services industry for >30 years having worked both in consulting & line management with the majority of European Life assurers & UK Retail Banks. Majority of the time serving the life, pensions, health & wealth market.
►    Recent focus on producing disruptive thought leadership on the subjects of;  Health Insurer of the Future, Sensor Based Insurance, Block chain for Insurers and Digital Insurance Transformation
►    Over the past 15 years, Shaun's experience has included the design and delivery of a number of large transformation projects for European Insurers as well as leading the European due diligence for a Top 3 Global Life Assurer as they purchased another Global life assurer
►    Shaun has managed and delivered a number of strategy and start up programmes for Global insurers over the past 5 years, including engagement with various international regulators and insurer business partners across the supply chain.
►    Shaun chairs EY’s Insurance Governance Leadership Network (IGLN) which has a membership over 100 NED’s and Regulators from across the world. IGLN Web Page
►    Major speaker on behalf of EY and global insurance events including over next few months; United Nations (EWEC) debate on “The role of the private Sector and Insurance Industry in achieving universal health coverage” in NY as well as chairing the Health Panel at the International Insurance Society (IIS) World Forum in June,  Singapore 
►    A big supporter of the ILC through corporate sponsorship of SOS 2020.
►    Prior to originally joining Ernst & Young, Shaun fulfilled a range of senior management  roles within IBM, NatWest, PWC and HSBC