A photographic portrait of Yoichiro Takami
The complexity of the business environment is changing rapidly. CFOs need to have a strategic roadmap so they can develop finance talent to keep achieving their mission in a new-norm world.

Yoichiro Takami

EY Japan Performance Improvement Finance Leader and Robotic Process Automation Advisory Leader

Finance transformation leader. Keen to chase new things.

Yoichiro leads Performance Improvement Finance and RPA Advisory services at EY Japan, focusing on transformation advisory services, shared services, operation improvements and accounting advisory. He has more than 20 years’ experience as a finance professional, which includes roles as a consultant in finance, an independent auditor and a CFO with a US-based venture capital.

Prior to joining EY, he worked in the Tokyo office of a Chicago-based US consulting firm, where he provided accounting advisory and corporate consulting services. He spent nine years at a venture capital firm in Silicon Valley, where he was appointed as Chief Financial Officer after having served as Financial Controller for three years.

Yoichiro is a Certified Public Accountant in Japan. He earned a bachelor’s degree in Commerce from Waseda University.

How Yoichiro is building a better working world

“The issues and challenges facing EY clients’ finance leadership are getting more complex, and timeliness is becoming more essential in their business. In such an environment, one of my important agendas is how finance talent can focus on more creative work and can be more responsive to requirements from various stakeholders.

I am keeping my eyes on state-of-art technologies and approaches that help clients’ finance operations transform their business organization, process and talent level so that they can shift their focus from scorekeeper to business partner roles.”

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