What we do

Helping our clients to solve their toughest issues.

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Our services

At EY, we’re dedicated to helping organizations solve their toughest challenges and realize their greatest ambitions - from start-ups to Fortune 500 companies – and the work we do with them is as varied as they are.

Through our four service lines — Assurance, Consulting, Strategy and Transactions, and Tax — we help our clients capitalize on transformative opportunities. We also help them fulfill regulatory requirements, keep investors informed and meet the needs of all of their stakeholders. And in a fast-changing world, we give them the support they need to be effective today and create long-term value for tomorrow.

Across all disciplines and from every angle, EY professionals draw on our shared creativity, experience, judgment and diverse perspectives to reframe the future for our clients – now, next and beyond.

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Our alliances

The blend of technology and business innovation is revolutionizing how organizations operate, compete and deliver products and services.

Through our strategic relationships with technology and industry leaders, and a host of businesses with specialized capabilities, we blend powerful technology, distinctive capabilities and industry experience to help our clients address their toughest challenges.

We collaborate to create pioneering services, powered by leading and emerging technologies, including AI, blockchain, Internet of Things and cybersecurity. Our services address a broad range of client needs, including helping them turn insights into business breakthroughs, accelerating their supply chain strategies, and modernizing their finance and accounting processes.

How blockchain is reducing the fluidity of risk in marine insurance

EY and Guardtime are providing greater transparency and efficiency through blockchain technology in marine insurance.

7 Jan 2020 Shaun Crawford

How EY and IBM are helping organizations navigate the digital future

As technology disrupts businesses and industries, EY and IBM are collaborating to help organizations transform and compete.

11 Dec 2018 EY Americas

How EY and ServiceNow® are helping organizations succeed

In the transformative age, organizations need to take advantage of new opportunities quickly, or risk losing out.

11 Dec 2018 David Padmos

Who we work with

We work with more than 200,000 clients in 150 countries, from start-ups to multinationals across all sectors, helping them meet their most pressing challenges.

Our clients include 84% of the Fortune Global 500 and 73% of the Forbes Global 2000. We also work with middle-market companies, helping them accelerate growth and achieve their market leadership aspirations. We’re world leaders in recognizing and supporting entrepreneurs and help them bring their products and ideas to market through tailored services and programs, such as Entrepreneur Of The Year®. We also advise government and public-sector organizations worldwide. Our work focuses on helping them increase their resilience, strengthen their economies and communities, and improve the lives of their citizens.

Industry reimagined

As industries converge, they create new value and opportunities for business. EY helps organizations identify and capitalize on these new opportunities.

From mobility to health care to future cities, traditional industry boundaries are being disrupted, as sectors converge to adapt to technological and societal changes.

Navigating this fast-changing environment requires agility and fresh thinking. As we reinvent how we work, live and play, EY is helping clients embrace industry disruption as an opportunity.

Future consumer index

Future Consumer Index: How COVID-19 is changing consumer behaviors

Data on behavior and sentiment across five key markets shows how the COVID-19 pandemic is creating new consumer segments. Learn more here.

16 Apr 2020 Kristina Rogers

Real estate, hospitality, and construction

Is this the end of the central business district?

COVID-19 has emptied the commercial hearts of some of the world’s biggest cities. Here are five ways the pandemic may change global business districts.

19 May 2020 Marc Lhermitte

Private equity

How private equity is responding to COVID-19

As COVID-19 continues to impact us all, businesses are faced with more uncertainty than any period since the global financial crisis.

28 Apr 2020 Andres Saenz

How we are building a better working world

How a city transformed from bankruptcy to renewal

Rising from the ashes: how Detroit rebuilt its finances, restored services for citizens, and invested for a sustainable future.

4 Apr 2018

How three fundamental adaptations can help women entrepreneurs scale big

An authentic purpose, a community of peers and a transformed leadership style help women-led companies hasten growth.

10 May 2019 Lisa Schiffman

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How a digital ecosystem can help individualized cancer treatments reach patients

EY helped a leading global biopharma develop the operating model for a transformational therapeutic approach.

28 Mar 2019 EY Americas

Our approach

At EY our purpose is building a better working world. We start by asking better questions: questions that challenge, inspire and unlock new answers to some of today’s most pressing challenges.

We believe that every audit, every tax return, every advisory opportunity, and every interaction with a client or colleague should make the working world better than it was before. Fulfilling our purpose starts by asking better questions, because the better the question, the better the answer. These better answers help our clients operate more efficiently, manage risk, foster growth and inspire confidence, which, ultimately, leads to a better working world.

Where do you start if you want to change the world?

Big changes can start with something small. Discover how we’re building a better working world by asking better questions.

2 Oct 2019 EY Americas

Three ways you can turn uncertainty into opportunity

Recent world events have presented serious challenges. Businesses need to move forward, protect critical assets and plan for the long-term.

23 Jan 2019 Kelly Grier

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