PracticeAccounting FirmsE&Y Manchester boss looks for growth

E&Y Manchester boss looks for growth

New E&Y Manchester managing partner Jan Gregory looks to take on new staff and grow service lines 

Jan Gregory, Ernst & Young’s new Manchester managing partner, will steer
the firm’s focus towards mid-market and growing businesses, plus smaller listed
enterprises.

Taking over from Eamonn McGrath, Gregory said the firm had ‘new and exciting
initiatives’ planned for 2006.

He told the Manchester Evening News that the firm would look to new
service lines and increase its 330 staff by 10%.

McGrath will work with major north west PLCs.

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