Christopher Sicuranza leads the banking, insurance, and capital markets practice at Guidehouse, which seeks to solve our client's most complex business challenges. The practice has over 250 professionals in eight domestic offices and an offshore facility in India.
With more than 20 years of experience advising consumer finance, government, and banking organizations, Christopher specializes in providing solutions that help clients optimize the use of financial and operational information to improve profitability, to minimize risk capital, and to address regulatory requirements. A proven engagement leader with the ability to manage large complex projects in risk management and controls, regulatory compliance, and operational effectiveness. He has led teams of over 200 people focused on the industry’s most critical issues including the largest U.S. financial restatement, the Independent Foreclosure Review, the National Mortgage Servicing Settlement, and other consent order-related engagements.
Christopher is actively engaged on multiple complex matters, which include advising banking clients on mortgage servicing standards; redesigning change management processes; and rationalizing control infrastructures to improve operational outcomes while reducing overall costs.
He has published thought leadership and spoken about banking industry topics including regulatory compliance, third-party vendor management, and regulatory change management.
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
Christopher serves on the Advisory Council for the National Outdoor Leadership School.
Guidehouse helps financial institutions build, scale and manage their payments business by helping them to navigate a complex and changing environment.