Mr. Ervin is a Vice Chairman at Credit Suisse. He works on a variety of strategic projects, especially policy reforms related to bank structure and ending “too-big-to-fail”. He also chairs the CS Americas Foundation.
Prior to his current role, Mr. Ervin was the Chief Risk Officer of Credit Suisse, a member of the Executive Board, and chair of the Capital Allocation and Risk Management Committee. Before that, he held various roles in new product development, derivatives, capital markets (both fixed income & equity), Australia investment banking and the Mergers & Acquisitions group.
Mr. Ervin received the Risk Magazine “Lifetime Achievement Award” for his work to end “too big to fail” and Bail-in. He received his A.B., summa cum laude, in economics from Princeton University.