PracticeAccounting FirmsE&Y brings ex-Deutsche bank CFO onboard

E&Y brings ex-Deutsche bank CFO onboard

Ernt & Young hires former Deutsche Bank CFO as a senior adviser to its financial services division covering Europe, Middle East, India and Africa

The former CFO of Deutsche Bank has joined Ernst & Young as a senior
advisor.

Tony di Iorio retired from his CFO post at the investment banking giant last
September, but he will now be adding his expertise to the firm’s financial
services division.

He will be working with partners focused on the banking and capital markets
industry sector in the Europe, Middle East, India and Africa region, the firm
said today.

EMEIA FSO managing partner Tom McGrath said: ‘Tony will be a tremendous asset
to our business and clients as they seize opportunities and address the
challenges of a new global banking landscape. I look forward to working with
him.’

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