EY has appointed Karina Brookes as director to lead its pensions covenant advisory team in London.
The firm told sister title Professional Pensions it has seen greater demand for its covenant services in areas like debt advisory, commercial diligence, operational diligence – and a trend of bigger schemes focusing on risk issues.
Brookes joins from PwC where she worked for over 15 years, latterly as a director in its pensions credit advisory practice.
Brookes has experience of advising both corporate clients and large UK schemes on all aspects of the employer covenant.
She reports to EY’s national pensions covenant advisory leader Taylor Dewar. He said: “Karina brings with her a wealth of experience and her appointment is a clear statement of our intention to rapidly grow our practice with senior market-leading individuals.”
Accountancy Age Jobs is delighted to announce the launch of a brand new look website for finance and accountancy professionals
Internal auditors are earn more than external consulting auditors, analysis by salary-bench marking site Emolument.com has found
BDO has announced two key international appointments as the firm continues to expand in its private client business across the BDO global network
Online accountancy firm, My Accountant Friend (MAF), has opened its latest office in Birmingham and recruited new partner, Richard Ingledew