Global review 2019

Facts and figures

The Embankment Project’s Long-Term Value framework (pdf) is built on four value dimensions: consumer/client value, human/people value, social value and financial value.

We have aligned the elements of our ambition to these categories. That means that we do not just define our success primarily by financial value; our own financial performance is measured alongside the value we create for clients, for EY people and for society.

Discover how we measure our impact:

  1. Clients
  2. People
  3. Society
  4. Revenue and growth

 

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    Chapter 1

    Clients

    To help clients grow, optimize, and protect value, we are committed to providing them with an exceptional experience, bringing the whole of the EY organization to meet their needs.

    Servicing more clients across more markets and industries

    Learn more about the companies we serve. 

    Strengthening the EY brand

    Our Global Brand Survey tracks our ambition to be the #1 brand among professional services organizations as measured by favorability and distinctiveness across clients and non-clients.

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    Chapter 2

    People

    We are committed to giving EY people an exceptional experience that lasts their entire life. Learn about EY people numbers, employer attractiveness, people engagement and more.

    People engagement

    We track EY people’s perceptions and experiences of EY through our Global People Survey. At EY we think of ‘engagement’ as a combination of factors – pride, advocacy, commitment and satisfaction – and combine these into an ‘engagement index’.

    An attractive brand for recruits

    We monitor our ‘attractiveness’ through a range of external benchmarks such as Universum’s World’s Most Attractive Employer (amongst business students and science/engineering students) and the Great Place to Work (GPTW) Institute.

    A great place to work

    Building careers with impact

    We provide the support, experiences and opportunities for people to build their career at EY and beyond.

    Skills development

    A commitment to diversity

    An important part of our diversity and inclusiveness agenda is related to the advancement of women, and on a global basis gender balance is the most straightforward to measure and report.

    Global employment

    We are a major global employer, providing stable, high-quality jobs to a combined number of more than 284,000 people in more than 150 countries – helping more clients, in more places, than ever before.

    * Global Delivery Services (GDS) is the EY internal shared services organization, consisting of legal entities ultimately owned by a number of EY member firms. GDS entities support EY member firms across the world by providing support capabilities to their client-serving account teams as well as internal enablement support services.
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    Chapter 3

    Society

    We are committed to building trust in the capital markets, and having a positive impact on communities and the planet.

    Building trust and confidence

    Under our ambition to create long-term value for society we measure the trust and confidence we are building among stakeholders, including regulators.

    Our impact on society

    Under our ambition to create long-term value for society we measure our community investment.

    Environmental impact

    Under our ambition to create long-term value for society we measure our environmental impact.

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    Chapter 4

    Revenue and growth

    Our ability to achieve our ambition and fulfil our purpose depends on our sustained and sustainable financial success. Our financial ambition is to be the profession’s long-term growth leader and to adapt and find new ways to grow in our ever-evolving landscape.

    Revenue

    Global investment and footprint

    The emerging markets play an important role at EY in driving revenue growth and innovation.

    Leadership and locations 

    Find out about our leaders and the locations we operate in

    The Global Executive is our highest body, focusing 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. 

    Carmine Di Sibio
    EY Global Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

    Andy Baldwin
    EY Global Managing Partner – Client Service

    Lou Pagnutti
    EY Global Managing Partner – Business Enablement

    Trent Henry
    EY Global Vice Chair – Talent

    Jay Nibbe
    EY Global Vice Chair – Markets

    Felice Persico
    EY Global Vice Chair – Assurance

    Norman Lonergan
    EY Global Vice Chair – Advisory

    Kate Barton
    EY Global Vice Chair – Tax

    Steve Krouskos
    EY Global Vice Chair – Strategy and Transactions (Strategy and Transactions)

    Kelly Grier
    EY Americas Area Managing Partner

    Patrick Winter
    EY Asia-Pacific Area Managing Partner

    Julie Teigland
    EY EMEIA (Europe, Middle East, India and Africa) Area Managing Partner

    Alison Kay
    Chair of the Global Accounts Committee

    Rajiv Memani
    Chair of the Emerging Markets Committee

    Albert Ng
    Emerging Market Committee Member

    Jessie Qin
    Member firm partner on rotation

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

    Americas

    Kelly Grier
    EY Americas Area Managing Partner

    Julie Boland
    USA – Central

    Rich Jeanneret
    USA – East

    Frank Mahoney
    USA – West

    Anthony Caterino
    Financial Services Organization

    Jad Shimaly
    Canada

    Ronen Barel
    Israel

    Manuel Solano
    Latin America – North

    Ted Acosta
    Latin America – South

    EMEIA

    Julie Teigland
    EY EMEIA Area Managing Partner 

    Ajen Sita
    Africa

    Jacek Kedzior
    Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe & Central Asia

    Marcel van Loo
    Financial Services Organization

    Ute Benzel
    Germany, Switzerland, Austria

    Rajiv Memani
    India

    Donato Iacovone
    Mediterranean

    Abdulaziz Al-Sowailim
    MENA

    Jesper Almstrom
    Nordics

    Steve Varley
    UK and Ireland

    Alain Perroux
    Western Europe Maghreb

    Asia-Pacific

    Patrick Winter
    EY Asia-Pacific Area Managing Partner

    Nam Soon Liew
    Asean

    Gary Hwa
    Financial Services Organization

    Albert Ng
    Greater China

    Koichi Tsuji
    Japan

    Jin Sug Suh
    Korea

    Tony Johnson
    Oceania

    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. Shaun Crawford, as EY Global Vice Chair – Industry, oversees the work that EY teams do across our industry sectors.

    Shaun Crawford
    EY Global Vice Chair – Industry

    Benoit Laclau
    Energy

    Randall J. Miller
    Advanced Manufacturing & Mobility

    Pamela Spence 
    Health Sciences & Wellness

    Greg Cudahy 
    Technology, Media & Telecoms

    Kristina Rogers
    Consumer

    Gary Hwa 
    Financial Services

    George Atalla 
    Smart Infrastructure

    Andres Saenz 
    Private Equity

    The Global Governance Council consists of senior client-serving partner-ranked professionals drawn from member firms across EY and up to 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 affect the organization as a whole.

    Americas Regions
    Americas FSO

    Udanda Clark
    Laura Giovacco

    Canada
    Glenn Parkinson

    Central
    Malcomb Coley
    Andrew Lee

    East
    Becky Carey
    Gaurav Gupta

    Israel
    Chen Shein

    Latin America – North
    Carlos Rochin

    Latin America – South
    Sergio Almeida

    West
    Beth Carr
    Bill Strait

    National Practices
    Pilar Dostal
    Barak Ravid

    Asia-Pacific Regions
    Asia-Pacific FSO
    Warrick Gard

    Greater China
    Vincent Chan

    Japan
    Koji Fujima
    Masami Koike

    Korea
    Dong Chul Kim

    Oceania
    Trent van Veen (Presiding Partner)

    EMEIA Regions
    Africa
    Shailen Ramgoolam

    CESA
    Dilek Cilingir
    Natalia Starygina

    EMEIA FSO
    Paul Nijssen
    Aidan Walsh

    GSA
    Ole Halfpap
    Helen Pelzmann

    India
    Jayesh Sanghvi

    Med
    Javier Sanchez Ramos

    MENA
    Yasmeen Muhtaseb

    Nordics
    Bengt Nyholm

    WEM
    Herman de Ruijter
    Gilles Puissochet

    UK and Ireland
    Alison Duncan
    Chris Voogd

    Global Independent Non-Executives
    CK Chow
    Jurgen Kluge
    Atsushi Saito
    David Thorburn

    Areas

    EY member firms are organized into Regions that are grouped into three geographic Areas: Americas; EMEIA; and Asia Pacific.
    Canada
    Financial Services Organization

    Bahamas
    Bermuda
    British Virgin Islands
    Cayman Islands
    United States

    Israel
    Latin America — North

    Bolivia
    Colombia
    Costa Rica
    Dominican Republic
    Ecuador
    El Salvador
    Guatemala
    Honduras
    Mexico
    Nicaragua
    Panama
    Peru
    Venezuela

    Latin America — South

    Argentina
    Brazil
    Chile
    Paraguay
    Uruguay

    USA — Central

    Aruba
    Barbados
    Jamaica
    Curacao
    Puerto Rico
    Saint Lucia
    Trinidad and Tobago

    USA — East
    USA — West
    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

    Japan
    Korea
    Oceania

    Australia
    Fiji
    New Zealand
    Papua New Guinea

    Africa

    Angola
    Botswana
    Ghana
    Kenya
    Madagascar
    Malawi
    Mauritius
    Mozambique
    Namibia
    Nigeria
    Rwanda
    Seychelles
    South Africa
    Tanzania
    Uganda
    Zambia
    Zimbabwe

    Central, Eastern and
    Southeastern Europe & Central Asia

    Albania
    Armenia
    Azerbaijan
    Belarus
    Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Bulgaria
    Croatia
    Cyprus
    Czech Republic
    Estonia
    Georgia
    Greece
    Hungary
    Kazakhstan
    Kosovo
    Kyrgyz Republic
    Latvia
    Lithuania
    FYR of Macedonia
    Malta
    Moldova
    Montenegro
    Poland
    Romania
    Russia
    Serbia
    Slovakia
    Slovenia
    Turkey
    Ukraine
    Uzbekistan

    Financial Services Organization

    Gibraltar

    Germany, Switzerland and Austria

    Austria
    Germany
    Liechtenstein
    Switzerland

    India

    Bangladesh
    India

    Mediterranean

    Italy
    Portugal
    Spain

    Middle East 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 and Ireland

    Republic of Ireland
    United Kingdom

    Western Europe Maghreb

    Algeria
    Belgium
    Cameroon
    Chad
    Congo
    Democratic Republic of Congo
    Equatorial Guinea
    France
    Gabon
    Guinea
    Ivory Coast
    Luxembourg
    Monaco
    Morocco
    Senegal
    The Netherlands
    Tunisia

    Our locations

    With over 700 locations in over 150 countries, we provide local knowledge with global experience.