Daniel advises major financial institutions around the world, and leads our work in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa across several risk service lines: risk and compliance advanced analytics; operational risk, compliance, and control; financial crime; and climate risk.


Daniel has worked with more than half of the world’s top 50 banks, as well as many insurers, asset managers, and hedge funds. Beyond his work in risk, he has also worked on a wide range of strategy issues in banking, and on economic policy issues.

Examples of his recent client work include:

  • Leading advanced analytics and digitalization work for several major European banks
  • Addressing financial crime for eight major banks and one major fintech in the Americas and Europe
  • Climate risk work for a major European bank, a consortium of European banks and a major European central bank
  • Supporting risk and finance organization and governance for more than ten major European and US financial institutions
  • Data privacy and data protection work for more than ten major firms across different sectors
  • Brexit preparedness work for 35 large firms across different sectors

Prior to McKinsey, Daniel was a partner at the consulting firm Oliver Wyman, where he was global leader of the operational risk and compliance service line. He holds a master of philosophy degree in European politics and economics and a master’s degree in politics and economics from Oxford University.