Gerald Mackenzie is responsible for identifying and delivering innovation that can help to drive the Credit Suisse Asia Pacific Strategy, he is also responsible to drive transformation initiatives across the Asia Pacific division. Gerald has recently led the definition of the digital strategy for Credit Suisse Private Bank in Asia Pacific and was integral to the initiation of the current digitization program.
Mr. Mackenzie joined Credit Suisse in 2007 and has played various roles driving business and technology strategy and consulting mandates, as well as ensuring the bank’s business operating model is optimized in relation to strategy and technology adoption.
Prior to joining Credit Suisse, Mr. Mackenzie worked for McKinsey & Co. on strategy engagements for clients globally, and led restructuring and turnaround advisory mandates across Asia Pacific for Ferrier Hodgson, a consulting firm specializing in corporate advisory, recovery and management consulting.
Mr. Mackenzie has substantial experience in corporate strategy, digital strategy and adoption as well as the delivery of change in businesses that are implementing large digitization initiatives. He has wide industry experience, working for and consulting to firms across Finance, Telecommunications, Retail, Manufacturing and Primary industries.
Mr. Mackenzie is a graduate of the University of Canterbury (New Zealand), with a Master of Science (First Class Honors) in Organizational Psychology.