Frank Dix is a management consultant in NY, who leads engagements advising banks, broker-dealers, and exchanges on cost rationalization/target operating models, AML and forensic tech, and global data privacy.

In one recent engagement, Frank advised an investment bank on developing a global framework for data privacy rules and technology requirements. In another recent engagement, he advised a bank on planning and managing a multi-year workforce transformation initiative.

Frank graduated from Duquesne University in 2003 with a B.S. in Business Administration and received a professional certificate in Systems Architecture from MIT. The program was a joint course between professors from MIT and Technion-Israel Institute of Technology.

Alongside his professional career, Frank has been deeply invested in issues of workplace diversity and volunteer leadership. Frank has been a featured speaker and panelist on the topic of workplace diversity at a range of institutions, including Pershing /BNY Mellon and the Graduate Program in Organizational Psychology at Teachers College, Columbia University. He is currently a board member of the Council of Urban Professionals (CUP).