It is imperative for organisations to have a framework where employees can raise ethical concerns and issues in a constructive way.

Julie Fenton

Ernst & Young — Ireland (EY Ireland) Forensic & Integrity Services Assurance Partner; and Global Operations Leader for Forensic & Integrity Services

Advocate for gender equality. Proud mother. Runner. Sports enthusiast.

Areas of focus Forensics Giss Assurance
Office Dublin, IE

Julie Fenton leads the Forensic & Integrity Services practice at EY Ireland and the Global Operations Leader for the Forensic & Integrity Services practice. She has over 20 years of experience in the delivery of professional services to clients. She managed large projects for major Irish, Australian and international corporate firms and also worked with government enterprises. 

In addition, Julie sponsors the EY Women in Business Network, which brings together senior women in the Irish community on a regular basis to discuss concerns and is the firm’s representative on the 30% Club in Ireland.

Julie has a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Melbourne and is an associate member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia. She also has a Graduate Diploma in Applied Finance & Investment from the Securities Institute of Australia.

How Julie is building a better working world

“We are seeing a decline in efforts to maintain ethics in both small and large firms across the world. This puts their employees in a confusing position when they find themselves in situations where there are shades of grey. I contribute to a better working world by tackling this decline in the necessity of ethics in the workplace. I help in bringing out and emphasising the need to change the world’s attitude toward corporate fraud.”

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