Press release
01 May 2023 

EY names Tony Jordan as Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer

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Jordan has more than 25 years of experience in forensic accounting investigations, fraud risk compliance and most recently led the EY Americas Forensic & Integrity Services practice

Ernst & Young LLP (EY US or the Firm) today announced the appointment of Tony Jordan as EY Americas and US Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer.

In this new role, Jordan will support the US Executive Committee and the Americas Operating Executive as the firm continues to champion its ethical culture, values and standards throughout the organization. He will manage the strategic planning for day-to-day operations of ethics and compliance matters.

“EY US plays an important role in our capital markets and operates in a dynamic environment. Our steadfast commitment to a culture of high ethics and integrity has never been more important,” said Julie Boland, EY Americas Managing Partner and EY US Chair and Managing Partner. “As our Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer, Tony will work to ensure EY US and other EY member firms in the Americas maintain effective compliance programs and exhibit ethics and integrity in our engagements and with our people.”

Since 2019, Jordan has served as the Firm’s EY Americas Leader of Forensic & Integrity Services practice (Forensics), leading nearly 2,000 professionals to help clients mitigate risk and protect and restore reputations. During his tenure, Jordan and the EY Americas Forensics leadership team employed a strategy centered on culture, resulting in growing their client base by 8% per year, expanding the integration of their technology offerings and introducing new services such as Crisis Management Services & Incident Response.

Jordan, commenting on his new role, said: “I look forward to working closely with EY leaders and our people to steadfastly uphold and champion the EY commitment to integrity, ethical business behavior and our values, which is critically important in today’s complex business environment.”

Jordan has more than 25 years of experience in forensic accounting investigations, fraud risk compliance, issues surrounding generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) and general business-related disputes. He also has extensive litigation, consulting and auditing experience.

Jordan previously was a partner in a boutique litigation support firm and the Accounting Branch Chief at the US Securities and Exchange Commission’s Boston Regional Office. He began his career as an EY staff accountant.

He holds a BBA in Accounting from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. He is a certified public accountant (CPA) in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and holds the Certified in Financial Forensics (CFF) credential from the AICPA. Jordan is based in Boston.

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