Patricia Jackson advises major financial institutions on risk governance covering areas such as risk appetite, risk culture and stress testing. She is a member of the EY Global Regulatory Network, having joined EY as a partner in in 2004 to lead the banking risk practice. She has led an annual EY/IIF industry survey on risk governance since the crisis. Previously, Patricia was a senior official at the Bank of England and head of the Financial Industry and Regulation Division. She represented the UK on the Basel Committee for Banking Supervision, and is the non-executive deputy chairman and chair of the risk committee of CHAPS Co. Patricia is an adjunct professor at Imperial College, on the council of SUERF and a trustee of the Centre for Economic Policy Research, and has published papers on risk topics and the global financial crisis.