PracticeAccounting FirmsBanking veteran gets global job at E&Y

Banking veteran gets global job at E&Y

Thirty-year veteran promoted to senior role

Ernst & Young has appointed a veteran of the firm as the new global head
of its banking and capital markets practice.

James Fanning, an international banking professional who has been with the
firm since 1970 will take up the new role following his experience working with
commercial banks.

Ernst & Young’s chairman and CEO James S. Turley called Fanning one of
the firm’s most experienced international banking partners.

Among his numerous banking roles, Fanning assisted major financial
institutions enter new international markets and provided guidance during major
international bank acquisitions and for the structuring of joint ventures.

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