PracticeAccounting FirmsE&Y takes on another 282 partners

E&Y takes on another 282 partners

Ernst & Young boosts partner numbers across Europe, Middle East, India and Africa

Big Four firm Ernst &
Young
has added another 282 partners to its practice across Europe, the
Middle East, India and Africa.

The appointments, made with immediate effect, are spread across all service
lines and industry sectors as well as across the entire EMEIA region.

‘We remain confident in the future growth prospects of our firm,’ said Mark
Otty, managing partner for EMEIA. ‘As well as promoting from within we have also
made a major investment in direct entry partners during the last year. The firm
has built itself a deserved reputation for not only developing leaders
internally, but attracting the brightest and the best from the external market
place.’

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