Luxembourg, 15 March 2022. Olivier Coekelbergs, Country Managing Partner of EY Luxembourg, is pleased to announce the creation of a team dedicated to the Public Sector, with the appointment of Pierre-Jean Forrer, Principal, as Government and Public Sector Leader.
This reorganization responds to the increased needs of institutions in a context of profound transformation, within a country undergoing full economic and demographic expansion, and in which citizens' expectations of a digitalized and accessible administrative system are growing.
In line with the firm's global ambitions, "Building a Better Working World", EY's goal is to support the transformations of our clients and their environment. Through the power of human capital, technology, and innovation, we aim to deliver greater long-term value, measured through the prism of citizens, employees, stakeholders and shareholders, and society at large.
To better support governments and administrations in their major challenges, EY can rely on the experience of a network of 20,000 employees dedicated to the public sector in more than 100 countries, and on the long-standing trust of its partners in Luxembourg.
Joint actions between the private and public sectors contribute to the attractiveness of the country on the international scene. In 2022, for the first time, EY's attractiveness survey – already in place across Europe – will be deployed in Luxembourg. This study conducted by EY is recognized as an essential source of information on a country's main assets, making it possible to examine its attractiveness as an investment destination and providing reliable insights for companies and governments to make economically and- politically sound strategies that promote growth and investment.
Pierre-Jean Forrer, Principal, has more than 30 years of experience serving large and multinational companies, small and medium-sized service and manufacturing companies, technology and fintech start-ups, as well as international public organizations and local public sector entities (ministries, administrations, public companies) in France, the Middle East and Luxembourg. Until his appointment, he was head of the technology transformation Consulting team at EY Luxembourg since March 2017.