PracticeAccounting FirmsE&Y strengthens private equity team

E&Y strengthens private equity team

Four new partners appointed in London

Big Four firm Ernst & Young has appointed four new partners to its
private equity team in London, including one poached from KPMG.

E&Y have gained the services of John van Rossen from KPMG, where he was
responsible for clients including Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan and Citigroup.

The others include Michel Driessen, who will lead the firm’s operational
transactions advisory team, and who was formerly involved in restructuring and
integration work at Fujitsu Siemens.

Jonathan Anderson and Mark Evans have both been promoted to private equity
partners from within the firm.

Anderson has provided transaction tax services to the firm’s US and European
private equity clients, while Evans has buy-side and sell-side transactions
experience.

Related Articles

WorkStyle: Helping accountants to support new contractors

Accounting Firms WorkStyle: Helping accountants to support new contractors

5d ClearSky Accounting | Sponsored
Grant Thornton grows profits while radically reshaping portfolio

Accounting Firms Grant Thornton grows profits while radically reshaping portfolio

6d Alia Shoaib, Reporter
How to protect LLP firms from a damaging team move

Accounting Firms How to protect LLP firms from a damaging team move

1w Clive Greenwood, Lewis Silkin
Grant Thornton reports gender pay gap at 26.6%

Accounting Firms Grant Thornton reports gender pay gap at 26.6%

3w Alia Shoaib, Reporter
5 ways to adapt your accounting services for millennial clients

Accounting Firms 5 ways to adapt your accounting services for millennial clients

4w Receipt Bank | Sponsored
Smith & Williamson reports double digit growth

Accounting Firms Smith & Williamson reports double digit growth

4w Alia Shoaib, Reporter
RSM UK reports 9% revenue rise

Accounting Firms RSM UK reports 9% revenue rise

4w Alia Shoaib, Reporter
Productive accountancy firms lead the way

Accounting Firms Productive accountancy firms lead the way

1m Simon Adcock, HSBC