Global review 2016

RevenueUS$m

  % change in local currency
Service line FY16 FY15 FY16 v
FY15
3 year CAGR
FY13 - FY16
Assurance 11,301 11,348 4.8% 5.8%
Advisory 7,846 7,285 13.1% 14.8%
Tax 7,751 7,487 9.6% 8.3%
TAS 2,728 2,535 14.2% 12.3%
Total 29,626 28,655 9.0% 9.2%
  % change in local currency
Area FY16 FY15 FY16 v
FY15
3 year CAGR
FY13 - FY16
Americas 13,564 12,701 9.7% 10.3%
EMEIA 11,758 11,815 7.5% 8.2%
Asia Pacific 3,239 3,127 12.5% 9.7%
Japan 1,065 1,012 6.4% 5.4%
Total 29,626 28,655 9.0% 9.2%

People

Service line FY16 FY15 % change
Assurance 82,555 76,760 7.5%
Advisory 48,104 41,623 15.6%
Tax 46,216 43,182 7.0%
TAS 12,236 10,728 14.1%
Practice support 41,689 39,157 6.5%
Total 230,800 211,450 9.2%
Area FY16 FY15 % change
Americas 69,718 65,457 6.5%
EMEIA 112,871 102,176 10.5%
Asia Pacific 40,491 36,116 12.1%
Japan 7,720 7,701 0.2%
Total 230,800 211,450 9.2%

Basis of presentationRevenues include expenses billed to clients. For purposes of reporting combined global revenues, revenues between member firms have been eliminated. Headcount numbers reflect personnel as of 30 June of each financial year.

Percentage of clients served by EY member firms

Audit clients - 23%26% Non-Audit clients - 56%41% All other companies in the index - 21%33%

Leadership team

At EY we have a global leadership team that sets a single global strategy and agenda. This structure allows us to make decisions and support exceptional client service wherever in the world EY clients do business.

The Global Executive is our highest management body and focuses on strategy, execution and operations. Its membership brings together all the elements of our global organization, including the leaders of our geographic Areas and service lines.

To ensure we are efficient and effective, we have organized our legal entities into 28 similarly-sized – in terms of both people and revenues – business units called Regions. These Regions, led by Regional Managing Partners, are grouped into four geographic Areas: Americas; EMEIA; Asia Pacific; and Japan.

Our sector focus means we can help clients better anticipate market trends, identify the implications for their businesses, and deliver sector-specific solutions. It is part of our commitment to exceptional client service. Alison Kay, as EY Global Vice Chair — Industry, oversees the work that EY teams do across our industry sectors.

  • Mark A. WeinbergerEY Global Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

    Mark A. Weinberger

    EY Global Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

    Mark leads EY, one of the most globally integrated professional services organizations in the world.

  • Carmine Di SibioEY Global Managing Partner — Client Service

    Carmine Di Sibio

    EY Global Managing Partner — Client Service

    Carmine brings together our geographies, service lines and markets functions within EY to ensure exceptional service to our clients.

  • Lou PagnuttiEY Global Managing Partner — Business Enablement

    Lou Pagnutti

    EY Global Managing Partner — Business Enablement

    Lou oversees the strategy and its execution for all our globalized functions including finance, risk management, shared services and technology.

  • Beth Brooke-MarciniakEY Global Vice Chair — Public Policy

    Beth Brooke-Marciniak

    EY Global Vice Chair — Public Policy

    Beth engages with regulators, policy makers, business leaders, investors and other stakeholders to address the critical issues facing our profession and global capital markets.

  • Nancy AltobelloEY Global Vice Chair — Talent

    Nancy Altobello

    EY Global Vice Chair — Talent

    Nancy is responsible for how we deliver on our promise to our people: whenever you join, however long you stay, the exceptional EY experience lasts a lifetime.

  • David HoltzeEY Global Vice Chair — Finance

    David Holtze

    EY Global Vice Chair — Finance

    David leads all of EY's finance-related activities including finance, investments, treasury and tax.

  • Felice PersicoEY Global Vice Chair — Assurance

    Felice Persico

    EY Global Vice Chair — Assurance

    Felice leads the Global Assurance service line which has nearly 83,000 people worldwide, and has the overall responsibility for developing its strategy.

  • Norman LonerganEY Global Vice Chair — Advisory

    Norman Lonergan

    EY Global Vice Chair — Advisory

    Norman leads our 48,000-person-strong Global Advisory practice, one of the broadest global advisory networks of any professional services organization.

  • Jay NibbeEY Global Vice Chair — Tax

    Jay Nibbe

    EY Global Vice Chair — Tax

    Jay leads more than 46,000 people around the world who make up our Tax practice and is responsible for all aspects of our Tax strategy and operations.

  • Steve KrouskosEY Global Vice Chair — Transaction Advisory Services

    Steve Krouskos

    EY Global Vice Chair — Transaction Advisory Services

    Steve is responsible for driving growth and investment priorities for the 12,000-strong global TAS practice.

  • Steve HoweArea Managing Partner — Americas

    Steve Howe

    Area Managing Partner — Americas

    Steve leads our Americas Area, which is made up of nearly 70,000 people in 30 countries.

  • Steven PhanArea Managing Partner — Asia Pacific

    Steven Phan

    Area Managing Partner — Asia Pacific

    Steven leads the 40,000 people across 22 countries who make up our Asia Pacific Area.

  • Andy BaldwinArea Managing Partner — EMEIA

    Andy Baldwin

    Area Managing Partner — EMEIA

    Andy leads our biggest and most diverse Area with nearly 113,000 people.

  • Scott HallidayArea Managing Partner — Japan

    Scott Halliday

    Area Managing Partner — Japan

    Scott leads our team in Japan, which has almost 8,000 people.

  • Uschi SchreiberEY Global Vice Chair — Markets and Chair of the Global Accounts Committee

    Uschi Schreiber

    EY Global Vice Chair — Markets

    Uschi is responsible for the organization's globally integrated go-to-market approach.

  • Rajiv MemaniChair of Emerging Markets Committee

    Rajiv Memani

    Chair of Emerging Markets Committee

    Rajiv's responsibilities include connecting emerging markets with developed markets, ensuring that emerging markets' voice is considered in all our key decisions, and recommending investment plans for the emerging markets.

  • Albert NgRepresentative of Emerging Market Practices

    Albert Ng

    Representative of Emerging Market Practices

    Albert represents the emerging markets on the Global Executive, alongside Rajiv Memani.

  • Juliana PereiraClient-serving partner

    Juliana Pereira

    Client-serving partner

    To better reflect the diversity of our organization we created a GE role for a relatively new client-serving partner, on a two-year rotational basis. Juliana is first person to take up this role.

  • Americas

  • Steve HoweArea Managing Partner — Americas
  • Trent HenryCanada
  • Kelly GrierCentral (US)
  • Anthony CaterinoFinancial Services Organization
  • Ronen BarelIsrael
  • Francisco ÁlvarezMexico and Central America
  • Rich JeanneretNortheast (US)
  • Sergio RomaniSouth America
  • Sam JohnsonSoutheast (US)
  • Randy CainSouthwest (US)
  • Kay MatthewsWest (US)
  • EMEIA

  • Andy BaldwinArea Managing Partner — EMEIA
  • Ajen SitaAfrica
  • Rudi BraesBeNe
  • Jacek KedziorCentral and Southeast Europe
  • Joe WattCIS
  • Marcel van LooFinancial Services Organization
  • Jean-Pierre LetartreFraMaLux
  • Julie TeiglandGSA
  • Rajiv MemaniIndia
  • Donato IacovoneMediterranean
  • Abdulaziz Al-SowailimMENA
  • Erik MamelundNordics
  • Steve VarleyUK&I
  • Asia-Pacific

  • Steven PhanArea Managing Partner — Asia Pacific
  • Max LohAsean
  • Gary HwaFinancial Services Organization
  • Albert NgGreater China
  • Jin Sug SuhKorea
  • Tony JohnsonOceania
  • Japan

  • Scott HallidayArea Managing Partner — Japan
  • Alison KayEY Global Vice Chair — Industry
  • Randy MillerAutomotive & Transportation
  • Bill SchlichBanking & Capital Markets
  • Kristina RogersConsumer Products
  • George AtallaGovernment & Public Sector
  • Jacques MulderHealth
  • Shaun CrawfordInsurance
  • Pamela SpenceLife Sciences
  • John NendickMedia & Entertainment
  • Miguel ZweigMining & Metals
  • Adi KarevOil & Gas
  • Benoit LaclauPower & Utilities
  • Jeff BunderPrivate Equity
  • Howard RothReal Estate, Hospitality & Construction
  • Greg CudahyTechnology, Media and Telecomms
  • Prashant SinghalTelecommunications
  • Mike LeeWealth & Asset Management

Global Governance Council

The Global Governance Council consists of 35 senior client-serving partner-ranked professionals drawn from member firms across the four EY Areas, as well as six independent non-executive members. These senior EY professionals, who otherwise do not hold senior management roles, are elected by their peers. They advise EY on policies and strategies and the approval of the Global Governance Council is required for a number of significant matters that could affect the organization.

  • Albert AnelliCanada
  • Vincent De La BachelerieFrance
  • Torben BenderDenmark
  • Andreas BlumerSwitzerland
  • Julie Gannon BolandUSA
  • Steve BrownUSA
  • Cliff CammockUSA
  • Beth CarrUSA
  • Vincent ChanHong Kong SAR
  • Geoffrey ChoiChina
  • CK Chow ***Hong Kong SAR
  • Olivier DrionFrance
  • Laura GiovaccoUSA
  • Shyamala Gopinath ***India
  • Tarsicio GuevaraMexico
  • Diana HoffUSA
  • Sonu IyerIndia
  • Dong Chul KimKorea
  • Masami KoikiJapan
  • Guntars KrolsLatvia
  • Richard Lambert ***UK
  • Alexey LozaRussia
  • Georg LutzSwitzerland
  • Klaus Mangold ***Germany
  • Lucy MyresUK
  • Kreesen NaiduSouth Africa
  • Samar ObaidJordan
  • Mark Olson ***USA
  • Torsdon PoonUSA
  • Rocio Reyero FolgadoSpain
  • Marnix van RijThe Netherlands
  • Andy RusnakUSA
  • Chen SheinIsrael
  • Penny Stocks *UK
  • Oscar SuarezUSA
  • Wilson P TanPhilippines
  • David Thorburn ***UK
  • Trent van Veen ** Australia
  • Andrea WeichertBrazil
  • Ute WittGermany
  • Masahiko YamauchiJapan

* Presiding Partner

** Presiding Partner (incoming)

*** Independent Non-Executive

Areas and Regions

EY member firms are organized into 28 Regions which are grouped into four geographic Areas: Americas; Europe, Middle East, India and Africa (EMEIA); Asia Pacific; and Japan.

  • Canada
  • Central (US)
  • Financial Services Organization Bahamas
    Bermuda
    British Virgin Islands
    Cayman Islands
    United States
  • Israel
  • Mexico and Central America Costa Rica
    Dominican Republic
    El Salvador
    Guatemala
    Honduras
    Mexico
    Nicaragua
    Panama
  • Northeast (US)
  • South America Argentina
    Bolivia
    Brazil
    Chile
    Colombia
    Ecuador
    Paraguay
    Peru
    Uruguay
    Venezuela
  • Southeast (US) Aruba
    Barbados
    Curaçao
    Jamaica
    Trinidad and Tobago
  • Southwest (US)
  • West (US)
  • Africa Angola
    Botswana
    Cameroon
    Chad
    Congo
    Democratic Republic of the Congo
    Equatorial Guinea
    Gabon
    Ghana
    Guinea
    Ivory Coast
    Kenya
    Madagascar
    Malawi
    Mauritius
    Mozambique
    Namibia
    Nigeria
    Rwanda
    Senegal
    Seychelles
    South Africa
    South Sudan
    Tanzania
    Uganda
    Zambia
    Zimbabwe
  • BeNe Belgium
    Netherlands
  • Central and Southeast Europe Albania
    Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Bulgaria
    Croatia
    Cyprus
    Czech Republic
    Estonia
    Greece
    Hungary
    Kosovo
    Latvia
    Lithuania
    FYR of Macedonia
    Malta
    Moldova
    Montenegro
    Poland
    Romania
    Serbia
    Slovakia
    Slovenia
    Turkey
  • CIS Armenia
    Azerbaijan
    Belarus
    Georgia
    Kazakhstan
    Kyrgyz Republic
    Russia
    Ukraine
    Uzbekistan
  • Financial Services Organization
  • FraMaLux Algeria
    France
    Luxembourg
    Monaco
    Morocco
    Tunisia
  • GSA Austria
    Germany
    Liechtenstein
    Switzerland
  • India Bangladesh
    India
  • Mediterranean Italy
    Portugal
    Spain
  • Middle East and North Africa Afghanistan
    Bahrain
    Egypt
    Iraq
    Jordan
    Kuwait
    Lebanon
    Libya
    Oman
    Pakistan
    Palestinian Authority
    Qatar
    Saudi Arabia
    Syria
    United Arab Emirates
  • Nordics Denmark
    Finland
    Iceland
    Norway
    Sweden
  • UK & Ireland Republic of Ireland
    United Kingdom
  • Asean Brunei
    Cambodia
    Guam
    Indonesia
    Laos
    Malaysia
    Maldives
    Myanmar
    N. Mariana Islands
    Philippines
    Singapore
    Sri Lanka
    Thailand
    Vietnam
  • Financial Services Organization
  • Greater China Mainland China
    Hong Kong
    Macau
    Mongolia
    Taiwan
  • Korea
  • Oceania Australia
    Fiji
    New Zealand
    Papua New Guinea
  • Japan

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