Jeremy Anderson

Jeremy Anderson

British, born 1958

Year of initial election to UBS: 2018

Functions at UBS Group AG

Chairperson of the Audit Committee / member of the Corporate Culture and Responsibility Committee

Year of initial election to UBS Group AG: 2018
Year of initial election to UBS AG: 2018

Professional history and education

Jeremy Anderson was elected to the BoD of UBS AG and UBS Group AG at the 2018 AGM. He has chaired the Audit Committee and has been a member of the Corporate Culture and Responsibility Committee since 2018. He was chairman of Global Financial Services at KPMG International from 2010 to 2017. He has spent over 30 years working with the banking and insurance industry in an advisory capacity, covering a broad range of topics, including strategy, audit and risk management, technology-enabled transformation, mergers and bank restructuring. Mr. Anderson was the founding sponsor of KPMG’s Global Fintech Network in 2014 and is a regular participant at fintech events across Europe, the US and Asia. He joined KPMG International in 2004 and was Head of Financial Services KPMG Europe from 2006 to 2011 as well as Head of Clients and Markets KPMG Europe from 2008 to 2011. From 2004 to 2008 he was in charge of its UK Financial Services Practice. Prior to that, he served as a member of Atos Origin’s Group Management Board and as Head of its UK operations after Atos acquired KPMG Consulting UK in 2002. In this capacity he managed Atos’ consulting, systems integration and IT outsourcing services in the UK. Mr. Anderson joined KPMG’s UK consulting business in 1985 and led the firm as CEO from 2000 to 2002, having previously been a partner in its financial services business. He started his career as a software developer with Triad Computing Systems in 1980. Mr. Anderson graduated with a bachelor’s degree in economics from University College London.


Other activities and functions

  • Trustee of the UK’s Productivity Leadership Group
  • Trustee of Kingham Hill Trust
  • Trustee of St. Helen’s Bishopsgate