Big Four Firm Ernst & Young has appointed Herman Hulst as global managing
partner for client service, replacing Tom McGrath who has moved on to client
service and account leader for the UK and the Northern Europe, Middle East,
India, and Africa (NEMIA) area.
Hulst’s new position means he now sits on the global executive board, a role
he has held for the past two years as area managing partner for Central Europe.
Before his promotion Hulst was country managing partner for The Netherlands.
McGrath has served as global coordinating partner and senior advisory partner
for major financial institutions. He became global vice chairman of assurance
and advisory business services and a member of the global management committee
in 2003. He became global managing partner of client service and accounts and a
member of the global executive board in 2004.
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