Ilya Khaykin is a Partner in the Finance & Risk and Digital practices, based in New York. Ilya advises major financial institutions on risk and financial management topics including stress testing, capital management, resolution planning, credit risk, liquidity risk, interest rate risk, political risk, and climate-related risks. Ilya enjoys tackling new and difficult problems, and bringing together multiple disciplines to address the needs of his clients.
Ilya has most recently been leading Oliver Wyman’s work to develop an approach for banks to measure and disclose their climate related risks and opportunities, alongside the United Nations Environment Programme – Finance Initiative (UNEP FI) and Working Group of 16 leading banks.
He has spoken at a range of industry conferences and authored multiple publications on climate risk, political risk, stress testing, and risk identification.
Ilya joined the firm following his completion of postgraduate studies at the London School of Economics and the Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris in November of 2006. He earned his Bachelor’s degree in Applied Physics with a minor in Electrical Engineering from Columbia University. He is fluent in French.