PracticeAccounting FirmsErnst & Young recruits public sector specialist

Ernst & Young recruits public sector specialist

New recruit comes from Whitehall

Ernst & Young has recruited Rohan Malik as its business transformation
team leader, following numerous roles within government.

He has moved directly from mid-tier firm Robson Rhodes and his new role will
see him focus solely on the public sector, within the Ernst & Young advisory
services function.

Malik has previously worked within the Home Office, DfES, DTI, DWP and the
prime minister’s strategy unit.

He was a strategic advisor to ministers and civil servants before moving to
Robson Rhodes.

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