Gregory Schooley
Like professional athletes preparing for the playoffs, corporations and PE funds should train their M&A ‘muscles’ to do acquisitions effectively and create more value than non-acquisitive companies.

Gregory W. Schooley

EY-Parthenon US Value Creation Leader; Principal, Ernst & Young LLP

Seasoned executive combining operational, M&A and strategy experience. Trusted advisor on critical business decisions. Passionate and proactive who values a healthy debate. Father and traveler.

Leveraging experience as a senior executive, an operating partner in a private equity fund and a strategic advisor, Greg helps corporate and private equity clients make wise investment decisions and increase the value of their companies once they’ve been acquired.

He led turnarounds for dozens of underperforming businesses and advised on more than 300 transactions across a number of industries.

He holds an MBA from Georgetown University, a post-graduate certificate from Institut d’Études Politiques (“Sciences Po”) in Paris and a BS in Industrial Management from Carnegie Mellon University.

How Gregory is building a better working world

Greg is a firm believer in capitalism and the notion that an efficient and successful company provides more benefit to all stakeholders from customers to employees. He works with management teams and investors to help companies rethink the way they do business, and achieve their goals through operational excellence and sustainable strategies. 

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