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About our wealth and asset management services

Who we are

Our global wealth and asset management network encompasses key financial centers in the Americas, Asia-Pacific, EMEIA (Europe, Middle East, India and Africa) and Japan. Globally, we have more than 15,000 professionals, including over 1,100 partners with deep technical and business experience.

Our combination of talent and resources gives us the ability to anticipate and adapt to the rapid and accelerating changes of today’s global economy.

How we help our clients

We are the most globally connected of the Big Four organizations, operating in four integrated regions — the Americas, EMEIA, Asia-Pacific and Japan. That means our clients benefit from faster response times and customized service, as well as broad, experienced teams with deep industry knowledge and a consistent approach.

Ultimately, it enables us to help you meet your goals and compete more effectively.

Examples of our market leadership in the sector:

Global money managers

  • Provide services to 88% of the top 25 global asset managers

Hedge funds

  • Provide services to more than 65% of the top 100 global hedge funds


  • Serve 65% of the top 20 global pension funds

Private equity funds

  • Provide services to 80% of the top 25 global private equity firms

Regulated funds

  • Provide services to 9 of the top 10 US mutual fund complexes and 82% of the top 50

Wealth management

  • Provide services to the managed account division of 7 of the top 10 global private banks/wealth managers


Contact us

Andre de Haan    Andre de Haan 
Financial Services
416 943 3705
Gary Chin    Gary Chin 
Weatlh & Asset Management
416 943 3427
EY - 2014 global hedge fund and investor survey

2014 global hedge fund and investor survey

Our eighth annual survey of global hedge funds finds the focus of the industry shifting to growth after five years of volatile conditions.

EY - Global regulatedfunds survey 2014

Managers see 9% annual growth over next five years

Optimism is high among asset managers, but what's driving this outlook? See our Global regulated funds survey 2014 for some answers.