Ian Tyler
Managing Director
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Nearly 30 years of bank treasury experience
Led the first-ever regulated securitization issue in the U.K.
Designed and implemented numerous funds transfer pricing frameworks
Led the treasury work stream as one of Europe's largest banking groups was broken up
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A bank treasurer's primary role is stewardship of the bank's financial resources and understanding of the dynamics of the balance sheet and its interaction with markets.
Ian Tyler is a Managing Director in our London office and leads the Treasury Advisory practice in Europe with over 30 years experience in Financial Services, covering leadership roles in treasury for a number of major UK banks, before in 2011 switching to professional services and building up a treasury advisory team firstly for a Big 4 firm and now for A&M.

At A&M, Mr. Tyler is an expert in all aspects of capital management from issuance through to capital planning and stress testing and both policy and practical aspects of liquidity risk, funding, interest rate risk in the banking book, non-trading FX, FTP, large exposures and intra group limits.

Prior to joining A&M Mr. Tyler's last few roles were as Head of Non-Traded Market Risk and then Group Head of Capital , both in RBS Group. This was followed by just over three years as Group Treasurer of Tesco Bank and then three and half years at Deloitte leading  the Financial Institutions Treasury Advisory team.

Selected highlights from Mr. Tyler's line management and professional services roles includeleading the UK's first ever regulated mortgage securitisation issue and first ever USD preference share issue, designing and implementing FTP systems for a wide variety of banks including G-SIFI, UK challenger banks and overseas entities and designing and implementing both FX and interest rate hedging strategies for a wide variety of financial institutions and new performance measurement systems aligned to new business model. Mr. Tyler’s body of work also includes, working on numerous due diligences on potential and actual acquisitions/disposals across the globe where he was a part of a wide variety of stress testing projects for both UK and non UK entities covering both liquidity related stresses and capital related.

Additionally, Mr. Tyler has also designed and implemented an effective hedge accounting system and processes on transition to IFRS and a number of hedge accounting projects. With a strong expertise in critiquing existing funding strategies, he has built new treasury capabilities for entities looking to undergo change of control, implemented treasury systems, ALM modelling tools and securitisation reporting tools and Reviewed the effectiveness of treasury and ALM including governance, resources, policies, processes and controls.

Mr. Tyler is a member of the Chartered Institute of Bankers and has a master of arts in Mathematics from Cambridge University.

Mr. Tyler is currently a trustee for two charities.