Ken Davis


  • > Technology strategy
  • > Business model analysis and design 
  • > Leading large programmes 
  • > Defining propositions and commercial models 
  • > Data analytics 
  • > Digital design, architecture, and delivery 
  • > Financial services expertise 


I joined DMW in 2019 after working primarily within the financial services industry for tier one banks and fintechs. My roles have included running large digital programmes, growing fintech businesses, and creating propositions and commercial models for large scale business investments. I enjoy working with new technologies to change the way business gets done and tend to be outcome focused.  

From a personal perspective, my favourite activity is almost any sport - tennis, football, American football, basketball, running, etc. I also enjoy reading about world history, business, the space program, and software engineering.  


My past roles have provided me with a deep understanding of business propositions, technology strategy, and data analytics. My most recent role involved partnering with a major bank to improve digital delivery through leveraging fintech capabilities.

I was also involved early in the adoption of cloud technology for rapid deployment across multiple countries.

Additionally, I’ve been involved in data analytics to understand how to provide robo-advisory capabilities within the wealth industry.  

Career Highlights

I have been fortunate to work with great teams in my career. Some recent achievements include development and deployment of a digital solution to over 30 countries in under a year for a tier one bank, winning awards for the best use of technology.

In my role with a leading digital fintech, we partnered with our clients to significantly expand our products usage and scale, leading to becoming a strategic partner. 

Finally, the restructuring and commercial analysis of a major investment and programme resulted in the adoption of our recommendations by the executive committee and significant cost savings.   

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