Jason Hill has joined PA Consulting Group’s financial services team as a Partner. In his new role, he will help to spearhead the development of PA’s financial services business across the UK and brings with him over 25 years’ of experience in business transformation, complex change, and IT projects across multiple sectors including retail banking, challenger banking and pensions.
Before joining PA, Jason was Head of Challenger Banking at EY, where he developed a go-to-market strategy and was responsible for significant growth of the business. He has spent his career working with banks and other financial institutions, helping them shape and deliver major transformation and growth programmes. He has also worked at consultancies PwC and Navigant. In addition, he has created and grown a number of businesses, giving him first-hand experience of the entrepreneurial ethos for many of the challenger banks he has worked with.
He is returning to PA, where he spent the first 10 years of his career.
David Troman, Head of Financial Services at PA Consulting Group says: “Jason’s appointment provides us with a great opportunity to further develop our financial services capabilities. He also brings with him fantastic start-up banking experience. Our knowledge in innovation, regulation and major transformation is an area we can add real value and Jason has the expertise to do this. We’re delighted Jason has decided to re-join PA and help lead our development in these areas.”
On his appointment, Jason adds: “PA is an organisation that has a unique combination of solutions, highly talented people and an entrepreneurial spirit which I am excited to be part of again. I’m looking forward to working with my new colleagues so we can help clients shape and deliver innovative solutions to their business challenges and take advantage of the opportunities ahead of them.”
PA’s financial services experts work with most of the big banks, insurance companies, asset managers and regulators to improve operations, defend against cybercrime and deploy new technologies.