Mark is a Deputy Leader for EY Americas Tax Technology and Transformation (TTT) services. To ensure ongoing effectiveness in this role, he leads client engagements and is closely connected to the evolving needs of the Fortune 500 business tax function.
His project experience includes transformational consulting on matters such as architecting solutions to automate critical tax processes and computations, tax ERP sensitization, tax technology strategy development and tax accounting process improvement.
With over 20 years of experience, Mark has provided tax function transformation services to major multinational companies. He was the founding partner for Tax Function Effectiveness practice at another Big 4 firm in the early 2000s and is the author of Tax Function Effectiveness, published in 2008.
Mark earned a bachelor’s degree in Accounting and Business Management from the Rochester Institute of Technology – Saunders College of Business.
How Mark is building a better working world
“As our work reduces or eliminates efforts that isn’t very challenging via automation or process improvement, I help EY clients to focus more of their time on complex business tax problems they find more engaging and rewarding. This is how I play my part in building a better working world.”