Jessica Stallmeyer joins Guidehouse as head of financial services

12 July 2023 2 min. read
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Jessica Stallmeyer, formerly of Accenture, has joined consulting firm Guidehouse as a partner and head of its financial services segment.

Based in New York, Stallmeyer has nearly 20 years of professional services experience with a focus on advising global commercial and investment banks, credit card issuers, and technology companies. She has expertise in strategy, digital transformation, growth, operations, and risk, regulatory, and governance.

Stallmeyer joins Guidehouse from Accenture, where she spent over 11 years and was latterly a managing director. She also previously spent 5 years at IBM Consulting, where she was a partner in the financial services practice.

Stallmeyer began her career at PwC, working as a senior associate in transaction services and corporate value consulting.

She has an MBA from Duke University and a bachelor’s degree in finance from Boston College.

Jessica Stallmeyer joins Guidehouse as head of financial services

"Guidehouse is excited to welcome Jessica into her new role of leading our global Financial Services segment," said Scott McIntyre, CEO of Guidehouse. "She brings deep knowledge of both our industry and the global financial services marketplace, along with a track record of exceptional leadership and innovation for the world's leading brands. Jessica's appointment is another step in providing our Financial Services' clients with expert advice and solutions to drive successful outcomes."

A portfolio company of Veritas Capital, Guidehouse launched in 2018 through the purchase and spinoff of PwC US’ public sector consulting practice. The 2019 acquisition of Navigant added significant global capabilities across highly regulated industries – including healthcare, energy, and financial services.

Today, the McLean, VA-based firm has annual revenue exceeding $3 billion and more than 16,500 employees in 55+ offices across North America, Europe, the Middle East, and Asia.

Guidehouse’s financial services practice has 1,800+ team members and serves eight of the top 10 US banks. The practice’s offerings span business optimization, financial management, risk management, fraud and investigations, technology modernization, managed services, and ESG.

"We have entered a pivotal moment for the financial services industry, with the intersection of digitization, cloud, and evolving customer needs," Stallmeyer said. "It's truly an exciting time. I am thrilled about my new role at Guidehouse, and am really looking forward to our very bright future."