Press release

25 Nov 2021 London, GB

EY-Parthenon appoints senior practitioner to energy transaction strategy and execution team

EY-Parthenon has announced the appointment of Olga Bandini to its transaction strategy and execution team

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EY-Parthenon has announced the appointment of Olga Bandini to its transaction strategy and execution team.

Olga joins as a Director and brings over 16 years’ management consulting and deal advisory experience in the energy sector gained within big four accountancy practices in the UK and globally. She has advised on some of the largest and most complex integration and separation transactions in the energy sector in the last decade, from buy-side to sell-side and joint venture creation.

In her new role at EY-Parthenon she will be assisting clients in the energy sector to unlock and maximise value through the stages of deal analysis, programme design and execution as energy players seek to rationalise their portfolio and respond to the opportunities and challenges created by energy transition

Rob Doepel, Markets Leader for EY's UK&I Energy business commented: “Olga’s cross-sector background and energy leadership experience mean that she is ideally placed to advise on complex issues that impact M&A transactions, in a market that is undergoing fundamental structural change as we decarbonise and digitise the energy market.”

Olga added: “I’m excited to join the market leading team at EY-Parthenon and am looking forward to working closely with our clients to deliver deal value and help them navigate the challenges and opportunities presented by energy transition.”

EY-Parthenon’s transaction strategy and execution team helps clients across the whole deal life cycle, guiding them from M&A or divestment strategy, through to the planning, diligence, and integration or separation phases of a transaction to help build long-term value.