30 Oct 2019
EY Luxembourg 2019 Transparency Report

Transparency Report 2019

By Bernard Lhoest

EY Luxembourg Partner, FSO Assurance Leader, Banking and Capital Markets Leader

I have substantial audit and regulatory experience as engagement partner on numerous international and local clients of the banking and wealth management industries in Luxembourg.

30 Oct 2019

EY's purpose: building a better working world

Welcome to the 2019 Transparency Report of Ernst & Young, Société Anonyme (EY Luxembourg). We believe that how we advance sustainable audit quality, manage risk and maintain our independence as auditors should be transparent to our stakeholders. We value regular dialogue, and the 2019 Transparency report of EY Luxembourg is one of the ways in which we advise our stakeholders on what we are doing in each of these areas.

Executing high-quality audits continues to be our top priority and is at the heart of our commitment to serve the public interest. It enables us to grow the global EY network successfully and responsibly, while achieving our purpose of building a better working world. Auditors play a vital role in the functioning of capital markets by promoting transparency and supporting investor confidence. Companies, regulators and other stakeholders count on us to deliver excellence in every engagement.

Learn more about our internal quality control system: how we instill professional values, how we perform an audit, our review and consultation processes, our approach to audit quality reviews, and our independence practices in the 2019 Transparency Report of EY Luxembourg.

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By Bernard Lhoest

EY Luxembourg Partner, FSO Assurance Leader, Banking and Capital Markets Leader

I have substantial audit and regulatory experience as engagement partner on numerous international and local clients of the banking and wealth management industries in Luxembourg.