US - Mercer Oliver Wyman, the financial services strategy and risk management consulting firm, has appointed Bradley Ziff as director in its New York office.
Ziff transfers to Mercer from sister company, National Economic Research Associates (NERA), where he was vice president within the global securities practice.
John Drzik, president of Mercer Oliver Wyman, said: The Basel II accord is increasing the focus on operational risk in financial services.
“Brad is well known in the industry for his expertise in operational risk management practices and his recent benchmarking research has uncovered the emerging best practices among global financial institutions.
Ziff will continue his work with his institutional clients, advising them on enhancing their risk management and strategic initiatives with their hedge fund client base.
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