Five Leaders Appointed to the EY Global Executive Leadership Team

Originally posted on EY.com

EY announces the appointment of five leaders to the EY Global Executive leadership team

  • Leaders to support continued global focus on using leading-edge technology, providing high-quality services and developing EY people to be the world’s most trusted, distinctive professional services organization
  • Two new roles on transformation and technology added to the most senior leadership group  

EY today announces five appointments to the EY Global Executive (GE), its most senior body, three to existing roles and two to newly added roles. The EY GE brings together EY leadership functions, services and geographies. The new appointments take effect on 1 July 2020.

Carmine Di Sibio, EY Global Chairman and CEO, says:

“I am excited about our appointees and I am confident they will add tremendous strength to the EY leadership team. They have well-deserved reputations for living our values, inspiring people and helping to build the strong EY culture. In addition, the two new roles show how we are transforming the organization through data and technology.

“The way EY is navigating these challenging times and these appointments reflect our commitment to building a better working world and delivering long-term value.

“I would also like to thank our current leadership: Norman, Steve and Alison have been instrumental to the success of EY over the past few years and have laid a path for the future to help enable our continued progress.”

With these appointments, the composition of the EY GE is fully one-third women, demonstrating the ongoing focus on Diversity & Inclusiveness progress and commitment to inclusive leadership by EY.

 

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