Global review 2019

Facts and figures

The Embankment Project’s Long-Term Value framework is built on four value dimensions: consumer/client value, human/people value, social value and financial value.

We have aligned the elements of our ambition to these categories. That means that we do not just define our success primarily by financial value; our own financial performance is measured alongside the value we create for clients, for EY people and for society.

1. Clients

To help clients grow, optimize, and protect value, we are committed to providing them with an exceptional experience, bringing the whole of the EY organization to meet their needs.

Quality service

Market share

Brand strength 

2. People

We are committed to giving our people an exceptional experience that lasts their entire life. To measure against this, we ask EY people themselves if they believe we are delivering on this promise. We also measure if this ambition translates into us being the preferred employer among university students across the globe.

People engagement

Career advancement

Skills development

Diversity – gender

* Lead client servers on our largest global clients

Global employment

* The FY18 June headcount includes a reclassification of 1,208 people who have been reclassified from Practice Support to Tax SL. This enables a more like v like comparison to FY19, as the equivalent headcount for June FY19 is also classified in Tax SL. Equivalent reclassification from Practice Support to Tax is also reflected in the table above for FY17 and FY16.
1. Global Delivery Services (GDS) are the EY internal shared services organization, consisting of legal entities ultimately owned by a number of EY member firms. GDS entities support EY member firms across the world by providing support capabilities to their client-serving account teams as well as internal enablement support services.
2. Includes EY internal support services such as: Global and Area leadership; Technology; Talent; Finance; Brand, Marketing and Communications; Knowledge; Markets and risk management.

3. Society

The insights and quality services we deliver help build trust and confidence in the capital markets and in economies around the world. Under our ambition to create long term for society we measure the trust and confidence we are building among regulators and the number of lives we impact.

Societal impact

Environmental impact

4. Revenue and growth 

Our ability to achieve our ambition and fulfil our purpose depends on our sustained and sustainable financial success. Our financial ambition is to be the profession’s long-term growth leader and ensure that we adapt and find new ways to grow in our ever-evolving landscape.

Revenues

5. Leadership and locations 

Find out about our leaders and the locations we operate in

The Global Executive is our highest body, focusing on strategy, execution and operations. Its membership brings together all the elements of our global organization, including the leaders of our geographic Areas and service lines.

Carmine Di Sibio
EY Global Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

Andy Baldwin
EY Global Managing Partner – Client Service

Lou Pagnutti
EY Global Managing Partner – Business Enablement

Trent Henry
EY Global Vice Chair – Talent

Jay Nibbe
EY Global Vice Chair – Markets

Felice Persico
EY Global Vice Chair – Assurance

Norman Lonergan
EY Global Vice Chair – Advisory

Kate Barton
EY Global Vice Chair – Tax

Steve Krouskos
EY Global Vice Chair – Strategy and Transactions (Strategy and Transactions)

Kelly Grier
Area Managing Partner – Americas

Patrick Winter
Area Managing Partner – Asia Pacific

Julie Teigland
Area Managing Partner – Europe, Middle East, India and Africa (EMEIA)

Alison Kay
Chair of the Global Accounts Committee

Rajiv Memani
Chair of the Emerging Markets Committee

Albert Ng
Emerging Market Committee Member

Jessie Qin
Client-serving partner

To ensure we are efficient and effective, we have organized our legal entities into similarly-sized – in terms of both people and revenues – business units called Regions. These Regions, led by Regional Managing Partners, are grouped into three geographic Areas: Americas; EMEIA; and Asia Pacific.

Americas

Kelly Grier
Area Managing Partner – Americas

Julie Boland
USA – Central

Rich Jeanneret
USA – East

Frank Mahoney
USA – West

Anthony Caterino
Financial Services Organization

Jad Shimaly
Canada

Ronen Barel
Israel

Manuel Solano
Latin America – North

Ted Acosta
Latin America – South

EMEIA

Julie Teigland
Area Managing Partner – EMEIA

Ajen Sita
Africa

Jacek Kedzior
Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe & Central Asia

Marcel van Loo
Financial Services Organization

Ute Benzel
Germany, Switzerland, Austria

Rajiv Memani
India

Donato Iacovone
Mediterranean

Abdulaziz Al-Sowailim
MENA

Jesper Almstrom
Nordics

Steve Varley
UK and Ireland

Alain Perroux
Western Europe Maghreb

Asia-Pacific

Patrick Winter
Area Managing Partner — Asia-Pacific

Nam Soon Liew
Asean

Gary Hwa
Financial Services Organization

Albert Ng
Greater China

Koichi Tsuji
Japan

Jin Sug Suh
Korea

Tony Johnson
Oceania

Our sector focus means we can help clients better anticipate market trends, identify the implications for their businesses, and deliver sector-specific solutions. It is part of our commitment to exceptional client service. Shaun Crawford, as EY Global Vice Chair – Industry, oversees the work that EY teams do across our industry sectors.

Shaun Crawford
EY Global Vice Chair – Industry

Benoit Laclau
Energy

Randall J. Miller
Advanced Manufacturing & Mobility

Pamela Spence 
Health Sciences & Wellness

Greg Cudahy 
Technology, Media & Telecoms

Kristina Rogers
Consumer

Gary Hwa 
Financial Services

George Atalla 
Smart Infrastructure

Andres Saenz 
Private Equity

The Global Governance Council consists of senior client-serving partner-ranked professionals drawn from member firms across EY and up to six independent non-executive members. These senior EY professionals who otherwise do not hold senior management roles, are elected by their peers. They advise EY on policies and strategies and the approval of the Global Governance Council is required for a number of significant matters that affect the organization as a whole.

Australia
Warrick Gard
Trent van Veen*

Austria
Helen Pelzmann

Brazil
Sergio Almeida

Canada
Glenn Parkinson

Finland
Bengt Nyholm

France
Gilles Puissochet

Germany
Ole Halfpap
Jurgen Kluge**

Hong Kong SAR
Vincent Chan
Sir Chung Kong Chow**

India
Jayesh Sanghvi

Ireland
Aidan Walsh

Israel
Chen Shein

Japan
Koji Fujima
Masami Koike
Atsushi Saito**

Jordan
Yasmeen Muhtaseb

Korea
Dong Chul Kim

Mauritius
Shailen Ramgoolam

Mexico
Carlos Rochin

Netherlands
Paul Nijssen
Herman de Ruijter

Philippines
Wilson P Tan

Russia
Natalia Starygina

Spain
Javier Sanchez Ramos

Turkey
Dilek Cilingir

United Kingdom
Alison Duncan
David Thorburn**
Chris Voogd

USA
Becky Carey
Beth Carr
Udanda Clark
Malcomb Coley
Pilar Dostal
Laura Giovacco
Gaurav Gupta
Andrew Lee
Barak Ravid
Bill Strait

* Presiding Partner
** Independent Non-Executive

Areas

EY member firms are organized into Regions that are grouped into three geographic Areas: Americas; EMEIA; and Asia Pacific.
Canada
Financial Services Organization

Bahamas
Bermuda
British Virgin Islands
Cayman Islands
United States

Israel
Latin America — North

Bolivia
Colombia
Costa Rica
Dominican Republic
Ecuador
El Salvador
Guatemala
Honduras
Mexico
Nicaragua
Panama
Peru
Venezuela

Latin America — South

Argentina
Brazil
Chile
Paraguay
Uruguay

USA — Central

Aruba
Barbados
Jamaica
Curacao
Puerto Rico
Saint Lucia
Trinidad and Tobago

USA — East
USA — West
Asean

Brunei
Cambodia
Guam
Indonesia
Laos
Malaysia
Maldives
Myanmar
N. Mariana Islands
Philippines
Singapore
Sri Lanka
Thailand
Vietnam

Financial Services Organization

Greater China

Mainland China
Hong Kong
Macau
Mongolia
Taiwan

Japan
Korea
Oceania

Australia
Fiji
New Zealand
Papua New Guinea

Africa

Angola
Botswana
Cameroon
Chad
Congo
Democratic Republic of the Congo
Equatorial Guinea
Gabon
Ghana
Guinea
Ivory Coast
Kenya
Madagascar
Malawi
Mauritius
Mozambique
Namibia
Nigeria
Rwanda
Senegal
Seychelles
South Africa
Tanzania
Uganda
Zambia
Zimbabwe

Central, Eastern and
Southeastern Europe & Central Asia

Albania
Armenia
Azerbaijan
Belarus
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Bulgaria
Croatia
Cyprus
Czech Republic
Estonia
Georgia
Greece
Hungary
Kazakhstan
Kosovo
Kyrgyz Republic
Latvia
Lithuania
FYR of Macedonia
Malta
Moldova
Montenegro
Poland
Romania
Russia
Serbia
Slovakia
Slovenia
Turkey
Ukraine
Uzbekistan

Financial Services Organization

Gibraltar

Germany, Switzerland and Austria

Austria
Germany
Liechtenstein
Switzerland

India

Bangladesh
India

Mediterranean

Italy
Portugal
Spain

Middle East North Africa

Afghanistan
Bahrain
Egypt
Iraq
Jordan
Kuwait
Lebanon
Libya
Oman
Pakistan
Palestinian Authority
Qatar
Saudi Arabia
Syria
United Arab Emirates

Nordics

Denmark
Finland
Iceland
Norway
Sweden

UK and Ireland

Republic of Ireland
United Kingdom

Western Europe Maghreb

Algeria
Belgium
France
Luxembourg
Monaco
Morocco
Netherlands
Tunisia

Our locations

With over 700 locations in over 150 countries, we provide local knowledge with global experience.