A photographic portrait of Mike Parker

Mike Parker

EY Americas Infrastructure Leader — Transaction Advisory Services

Nationally recognized leader in the infrastructure sector. Creative problem solver who builds diverse and inspired teams. Focused on work that can make people’s live better and move the world forward.

As Americas Infrastructure Leader, Mike is responsible for bringing the full breath of EY resources and cutting edge capabilities to serve clients who are developing, transforming, financing, acquiring or divesting infrastructure.  

He is a recognized authority on the US infrastructure market and his own experience includes advising public and private sector clients on finance, procurement, business strategy, policy and public-private partnerships for tens of billions of dollars of infrastructure – including in transit, transportation, telecommunication and higher education. Mike holds a Series 50 license and also serves as Senior Managing Director of Ernst & Young Infrastructure Advisors, LLC, a SEC-registered Municipal Advisor. 

Mike previously served as Managing Director and functioned as CEO of Jeffrey Parker & Associates (JPA), a leading financial advisory firm in the US which EY acquired in 2012.  He earned a BA from the University of Pennsylvania and an MBA from its Wharton School of Business. 

How Mike is building a better working world

“Here in the US, we have benefited from the foresight and willingness of earlier generations to develop world-leading infrastructure. Public and private investments, many made following the Great Depression and World War II, helped to achieve remarkable growth in competitiveness, mobility, safety, quality of life and overall economic expansion.

As we renew our infrastructure here and help other countries build anew, do we simply aspire to rebuild or recreate? Should new technologies, demographic changes and better understanding of our needs, health and environment shift what we build and how we build it?

My job is to collaborate with committed and talented people in government and the private sector who are helping to realize and reimagine our critical infrastructure.”

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