Ernst & Young to expand Manchester office

Ernst & Young to expand Manchester office

Ninety more staff for Barbirolli Square office over the next three years

Jan Gregory managing partner of
Ernst & Young’s
Manchester office has unveiled plans to add 90 new staff members to its office
over the next three years.

‘Exciting times are ahead for the north-west practice as we strive to be the
fastest-growing professional service firm in the next three years, increasing
our staff numbers by 25%,’ Gregory told the
Manchester
Evening News
.

‘Plans are in place to bolster our service offering, with the addition of new
service lines including international tax, business risk and internal audit.’

The Manchester office currently employs 365 people in the city.

Further reading:

E&Y Luxembourg sells domiciliation
arm
 

E&Y breaks down language barrier 

Ernst & Young India to outgrow UK 

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