Ernst & Young integration moves become operational from 1 July

by Editor 7/3/2008 4:29:00 PM
Ernst & Young announces that as from today practices within its Europe, Middle East, India and Africa (EMEIA) and Far East Areas will each become operational under the management of their respective Area Executive.

Mark Otty, as Area Managing Partner of EMEIA, will lead an organization with over 60,000 people in 87* countries and a projected turnover in excess of US$11 billion.

David Sun and Jim Hassett, as Area Co-Managing Partners of the Far East, will lead a US$1.2 billion organization with more than 20,000 people.

Mark Otty commented: “Our clients tell us these globalization moves are important because they enable us to better meet their needs to deliver seamless, consistent, high-quality service, not just across EMEIA but right across the rest of the world.”

David Sun added: “These are also positive steps for our own people as they want to be in an organization where the opportunities for mobility, career development and international experience are without boundaries.”

Jim Turley, Chairman and CEO concluded: “The integration of our practices within our EMEIA and Far East Areas, together with that of our Americas practices in 2006, differentiates us in the marketplace as the most globally integrated professional services firm.”

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