Apprentice of the Year
Megan is a financial services apprentice in EY Conduct Risk solution area. She is particularly interested in the treatment of vulnerable customers and how financial institutions are providing the care that all individuals deserve. In this regard, Megan’s contribution is certainly proving beneficial to EY, its clients and wider society.
Her approach is unique, in that her reviews are typically focused on individuals rather than the typical procedures or guidelines followed. This is one of the reasons why, in such a short space of time as an apprentice, she has demonstrated strong technical ability. She has worked on the design, mobilisation and delivery of large conduct risk projects with key clients and has shown remarkable teamwork – stepping in to deliver above and beyond.
Megan has really stood out as an apprentice by:
- Stepping up to positions above her apprenticeship role, such as Quality Checker for a PPI complaints project and running complaints handling sessions for an asset management client.
- Volunteering to train other apprentices being brought onto a critical anti-money laundering project.
- Creating activities to introduce the idea of apprenticeships into schools and promote the various apprenticeship schemes as part of EY social mobility agenda.
- Developing activities for a corporate social responsibility and recruitment initiative, Explore EY.
- Leading an EY Complaints Academy for new joiners.
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