- Women make up more than a third (34%) of new member firm partners globally, an increase from last year
- Promotions reflect strong business performance and EY commitment to developing talent
The EY organization has announced that 966 people have been promoted to partner across the globe, reflecting continued growth and strong business performance by the organization. Similarly, emerging markets represent a third of new partners, at 33%.
The significant number of partner promotions demonstrates the EY commitment to offering exceptional opportunities for career progression, diverse career opportunities across all business areas and geographies, and rewards for high performance.
Carmine Di Sibio, EY Global Chairman and CEO, says:
“As we prepare EY to continue to thrive this year and beyond, I am delighted to congratulate our new class of EY partners on this impressive milestone as we celebrate the career progression of our new partner promotes. They are fantastic stewards of the EY brand and their promotions are the result of their continuous commitment to the EY purpose of building a better working world.”
Women make up more than a third of the new cohort, representing 329 promotions (34%). Women represented 32% of the promotions of the previous cohort in 2022.
EY member firms in Europe, the Middle East, India and Africa (EMEIA) had the largest proportion of new partners, with 395 promotions (41%) followed by the Americas area with 322 promotions (33%). New partners in EY member firms in the Asia-Pacific area totaled 216 (22%).
Assurance accounted for the largest proportion of partner promotions with 304 (31%). It was followed by Tax, with 268 (28%), Consulting, with 262 (27%); and Strategy and Transactions with 111 (11%). Additionally, there are 21 new partners in business support (2%). The new member firm partners will officially begin their new roles in early July.
Trent Henry, EY Global Vice Chair – Talent, added:
“It’s an honor to introduce this new member firm partner class, with an impressive diversity of backgrounds, experiences and perspectives. These dedicated individuals will be instrumental in helping us shape the future of the organization, and truly illustrate that EY is a place where people can explore flexible, diverse career paths as they gain the skills and experiences they need to achieve their unique career ambitions.”
There are more than 365,000 EY people in more than 150 countries around the world and the EY organization continues to be recognized for its outstanding people culture.
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