Jay is responsible for leading EY’s go-to-market approach and exceptional client service to all accounts across all EY service lines, sectors and geographies. As part of this role he is responsible for leading and managing Global Industry, Global Solutions, Alliance Partnerships, Managed Services, Digital, Business Development and EY global alumni programs.
He joined EY in 1985 and has held numerous leadership positions in his time with the organization. Before taking his current role he was EY Global Vice Chair – Tax, where he was responsible for all aspects of EY Tax strategy and operations, representing combined annual revenues of approximately US$8.9b and more than 50,000 tax professionals around the world. Prior to this, he served as Chair of our Global Accounts Committee, representing EY’s largest accounts on the Global Executive. He also served as Deputy Managing Partner of our EMEIA Area and was responsible for delivering EY’s EMEIA Markets agenda. Previously, he served as EY Americas Vice Chair Tax and EY Americas Tax Managing Partner – Markets.
Jay has extensive global experience, serving as a Partner in Minneapolis, Moscow, New York and London. He has an Accounting and Finance degree from Minnesota State University Moorhead and a master’s degree in Business Taxation from the University of Minnesota.
How Jay is building a better working world
Jay continues to work with many of our largest global accounts and be active with our emerging markets practices. He chairs the EY sponsored Institute for Emerging Markets Studies (IEMS) with our academic partners at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (Hong Kong) and the India School of Business (Hyderabad).