Features
2 Jul 2012

Ernst & Young appoints 19 new partners

Ernst & Young has appointed 19 new partners to its UK & Ireland business

This brings the total number to 43 new partners in the last year across all four service lines; advisory services, assurance, tax and transaction advisory services.

The firm has also announced today that a total of 187 partners have been admitted to its Europe, Middle East, India and Africa (EMEIA) area, and overall, 548 new partners have been admitted across E&Y's global operations.

The nineteen new partners are Gerald Chappell, Daniel Hall, Craig Hoggett, Fabian Wong, Susan Thomas (Advisory), Steven Rob, Manprit Dosanjh, Anup Sodhi, Dough Johnston, Steve Lunn, Rebecca Farmer (Assurance), Chris Lowe, Joe O'Connor, Jon Clark, Luke Reeve, Mathieu Roland-Billecart, Sam Woodward (TAS), Salim Amersi, Stewart Mathieson (Tax).

Steve Varley, chairman and UK & Ireland managing partner at Ernst & Young, said, "I am delighted to welcome a diverse and talented group of new partners to our business – they will play a key role in helping us to continue to grow successfully in the market, and make the difference to our clients, people and society.

“The UK & Ireland firm makes a vital and significant contribution to our global business, with our partners and people working seamlessly across borders to deliver high quality client service at home and around the world. Our integrated global model and deep knowledge of the world’s markets puts Ernst & Young in prime position to advise our clients looking to expand internationally.” 

 

Helen Roxburgh