Aiman Ezzat has spent most of his career with Capgemini. In 1991 he joined Gemini Consulting, Capgeminiâs consulting arm, where he was responsible for the global oil, gas and chemical sector. In 2005 he was appointed Deputy Director of Group Strategy before becoming Chief Operating Officer of the Financial Services Business Unit in 2007. He was very involved in the development of Capgeminiâs offshore strategy and in particular in the acquisition and integration of Kanbay within the Financial Services division. He was also one of the key players in defining the Booster program that targeted the Groupâs turnaround in the United States, as well as Capgeminiâs current i3 transformation program (Industrialization, Innovation, Intimacy).
Aiman Ezzat (47 years old) holds a degree in chemical engineering from CPE Lyon (France) and an MBA from the UCLA Anderson School of Management (USA).
âI have had the distinct pleasure of working closely with Aiman this past year and have gotten to know him both as an exceptional business professional and a trusted friend and advisor. He and I share a common vision for the FS GBU and a relentless commitment to its success, making him the clear choice to take the organization that we all have built forward.â said Raymond J. Spencer.
âThe successful integration of Kanbay has deepened Capgeminiâs domain expertise, brought a third generation global delivery model and strengthened our presence in the financial services sector. We will continue to collaborate with our clients to achieve their ambitions through our unique global operating model,â said Aiman Ezzat.
The FS GBU will be part of a new Capgemini strategic business unit that also comprises the India competence platform and the Asia Pacific region, to be headed by Salil Parekh.