EY today reaffirmed the commitment to building a multi-faceted legal services business in Asia-Pacific with the appointment of John Knox as EY Asia-Pacific Legal Managed Services Leader. Based out of Singapore, John has over 20 years of legal industry experience and a particular knowledge of the changing nature of legal services delivery.
In his new role, John will lead EY Law teams in redefining the future of legal services in Asia-Pacific, helping corporate legal departments do more with less and transform their operations to help deliver increased value to their businesses.
Eng Ping Yeo, EY Asia-Pacific Tax Leader, says:
“John is a great addition to Law in Asia-Pacific. We believe his knowledge and energy will accelerate EY growth in legal advisory and legal operations and add depth and capability across a broader range of EY services Asia-Pacific.”
Dmitry Tetiouchev, EY Asia-Pacific Law Leader, says:
“Legal departments recognize that the future lies in aligning more closely with broader business transformation. Now having John on board, we are well positioned to provide clients broadened legal services offerings to help guide and implement their transformation agenda”.
John Knox, EY Asia-Pacific Legal Managed Services Leader, says:
“I am thrilled to join EY at such an exciting time. Clients are having to deliver more with less and EY Law teams have all the pieces of the puzzle to address client needs in an efficient, cost effective and increasingly digital way. The EY Law ambition is there for all to see and I am extremely proud to be part of it.”
John joins EY from Lawyers on Demand (LOD), one of the largest and fastest growing alternative legal services businesses. He has also previously held senior management roles at both Allen & Overy and King & Wood Mallesons.
With 3,500 lawyers, operations and technology professionals in over 80 jurisdictions, including legal managed services centers around the world, the EY organization is modernizing legal services business across the globe with scale.
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