Research shows that an emphasis on working capital discipline is a core element in today’s capital allocation decisions.

Marcus Homeyer

Managing Director, Strategy and Transactions, Ernst & Young LLP

Leader in cash release from working capital. Focuses on practical and tangible results. Action oriented. Team builder. Loves cycling.

Marcus works with multinational clients focusing on liberating cash from operations through improved working capital, reduced costs and increased service quality.

He has 15 years of consulting experience and has managed projects in multiple countries in the Americas, Europe and Asia.

He has worked across a broad spectrum of industries including consumer goods, oil and gas equipment services, specialty chemicals, and life sciences.

Marcus holds an MSc in General Management from Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken. He has also earned an MSc in Industrial Engineering from Technische Universität Berlin, Germany.

How Marcus is building a better working world

“I support clients to tap into the least expensive source of additional liquidity – cash tied up in operations. High working capital levels reflect poor strategy, policy and processes, which impact the profitability of the business. I enjoy developing strategic and detailed approaches to improve working capital management. As a result, organizations have more flexibility to fund their growth.”

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