Andrea Guerzoni
Only multidisciplinary and diverse teams can effectively advise clients in today’s fast, complex and digital business world.

Andrea Guerzoni

EY Global Vice Chair — Strategy and Transactions

Advising Boards and CEOs on transformational deals from strategy through to execution. Global Leader of Strategy and Transactions service line. Innovator and team player.

Andrea Guerzoni is the EY Global Vice Chair, Strategy and Transactions. Prior to this role, he led the Transactions Advisory service line for Europe, Middle East, India and Africa (EMEIA) since 2014, guiding thousands of transaction professionals, working across three continents and 99 countries.

After joining EY as an auditor in Milan in 1995, Andrea took a secondment to London to join Corporate Finance. He returned to Milan in 2000 to work in Transactions, becoming the global leader for the Transaction Support function in 2004, and subsequently was appointed leader of Transactions for the Mediterranean Region in 2012.

As a business advisor and transactions practitioner himself, Andrea has advised corporate boards and private equity firms across the globe on a large range of transactional and transformational situations including M&A, post-deal integrations, strategic portfolio reviews, initial public offerings, reorganizations and restructuring processes.

Andrea graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and Finance from the University of Modena. He has been a Registered Auditor since 1999 and EY Partner since 2005.

How Andrea is building a better working world

“Our work with clients sees us developing capital strategies to unlock the opportunities the digital age brings. An important part of this is removing some of the barriers that may hinder the ability to benefit from these opportunities. Many of these are born of a fixed mindset. Yet much of what future success looks like will be seen by the agile thinkers – those who respond to the changing nature of customer needs, embrace investment philosophies that balance continuity with change, and build operating models that double as technology enablers.”

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