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Warrick is a Partner in EY’s Financial Services Office. He is one of the leaders of the Actuarial Services team and in particular he is responsible for the team consulting to the General Insurance and Health Insurance industries.
Warrick is currently EY’s Global Health Insurance Leader and in that role he is deeply involved in the development of EY’s point of view around wellbeing programs and improving the health of communities to reduce the cost of health care and improve the lives of individuals.
Warrick started riding about 6 years ago as a direct result of EY’s sponsorship of Cadel Evans. Having a client accept to join the ride gave Warrick the opportunity to also participate. He borrowed a road bike and after 30 minutes practice in cleats and changing gears joined a peloton of around 100 riders riding 40 kms to Palm Beach. After that experience Warrick has become passionate about cycling and fitness. He has even managed to convince his family to have two biking holidays -cycling 360 kms down the Danude River Cycle path from Linz to Vienna and last year spending 4 days on the Central Otago Rail Trail in New Zealand.
This will be Warrick’s fourth Chain Reaction ride, having participated in the Tasmanian ride in 2013, the North Queensland ride in 2015 and the North Island New Zealand ride in 2016. Warrick is looking forward to the challenge of cycling around South Australia. It is also a tremendous opportunity to help a number of worthwhile charities that are focussed on improving health outcomes through better research and improving the lives of those that have been less fortunate than most through the impact of health issues. In particular, Warrick is very proud to have contributed to the amazing discovery announced in 2017 by our major charity the Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute. It is tangible benefits like this that makes the Chain Reaction Cycling Foundation such a worthwhile organization to be part of.