Turner leaves AlixPartners for Ernst & Young

by Kevin Reed

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27 Feb 2013

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FORMER AlixPartners director Gary Turner has joined Ernst & Young.

The operations turnaround expert, who has food-processing, automotive and industrial products sector specialism, has joined E&Y's operational transaction services team.

Turner began his career in car manufacturing, with Rover, Jaguar and Ford. He then headed up PwC's operations and supply chain consulting practice before joining AlixPartners.

Michel Driessen, head of Ernst & Young's UK&I OTS team, said: "It is testament to our success and reputation in the market that we are able to welcome Gary, who has extensive industry experience and practical know-how of how to deliver successful operational restructuring programmes.

"Having global industry experts in the team is one of our key differentiators, enabling us to advise and provide genuine sector insights to our clients."

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