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At EY we have a dedicated team of specialists with extensive experience of finding solutions for the specific issues facing the water sector. Our network spans the world and we work to support a variety of organisations across the water industry supply chain, including government and regulatory bodies, technology providers, utilities and corporates.

By combining our water sector knowledge with our team of specialists on such issues as climate change, competition, utility regulation and infrastructure investment, we can help manage the uncertainties and risks currently affecting the sector.

With strong links to OFWAT, water companies and investors in the sector, we can offer advice around key events in the water calendar and help tackle the issues raised by ownership change, regulatory data reporting and meeting operational and customer service performance and expenditure requirements.

 EY - Jamie CrystalEmail Jamie Crystal
Partner, Advisory
+44 [0]20 7951 7119



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