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Bringing a creative and curious mind to complex situations quite often helps to develop a simple solution that meets stakeholders’ needs.

Kevin Gill

EY-Parthenon Partner, Turnaround and Restructuring Strategy, Ernst & Young LLP

Restructures and supports exits for financial services businesses with creativity and passion. Keen but struggling guitarist. Suffering Bristol City fan. Family life more than makes up for that.

Kevin is a Partner with Ernst & Young – United Kingdom’s Financial Services Restructuring team and leads the UK&I practice advising on exits and rationalization.

Having joined EY in 2008, he has over 25 years of restructuring experience, mainly in financial services. He advises financial services organizations on restructuring to simplify structures, create capital efficiency or respond to regulatory changes, including Brexit.

In addition, he provides strategies for deriving value from discontinued businesses using transfers, disposals and schemes of arrangement. He has extensive experience in the run-off, restructuring and insolvency of insurers and brokers.

Kevin earned a BA in Accounting and Finance from the University of Lancaster, is an Associate of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of England & Wales and an Associate of the Chartered Insurance Institute.

How Kevin is building a better working world

“I am relentless in helping EY clients look for opportunities to recycle capital efficiently and speedily from capital-intensive financial services organizations to be put to better use. I am passionate about promoting mental and physical well-being in the work place and creating an environment where everyone can be themselves and be their best at what they choose to do.”

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