Steve Krouskos
The only constraints are the ones we create. We need to imagine the future and use buying and selling strategies as necessary to help realize that vision.

Steve Krouskos

EY Global Vice Chair – Strategy and Transactions

Driving growth and investment priorities for global EY TAS. University of Florida alumnus. Son, husband and father of four.

Steve is responsible for driving growth and investment priorities for EY Global Strategy and Transactions (TAS) and delivering exceptional client service around the world. 

He was key to the launch of our Capital Agenda strategy across TAS as EY Global and EY Americas TAS Markets Leader. He founded our Corporate Development Leaders Network in the US, a highly successful global members-only network of senior corporate M&A leaders. In addition, he is the Chairman of our Corporate Responsibility Governance Council.

Steve has more than 25 years of experience in M&A, advising corporate and private-equity clients on multi-billion dollar cross-border strategy and transactions.

Throughout his career, he has served clients across a wide range of industries spanning consumer products, industrial products, life sciences, transportation and logistics, technology, communications, professional services and franchising.

Steve is a CPA. He received both his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Accounting from the University of Florida.

How Steve is building a better working world

Under Steve’s leadership, we are helping to provide purpose as well as profits each and every day. “We strive to be responsive and responsible in everything we do. We help EY clients raise, preserve, invest and optimize capital. We help them work more efficiently and effectively and sustain their long-term health. We do this through enabling better capital allocation strategies and strategy and transactions, which in turn create economic and social value. The commercial and economic benefits of what we do are well understood. But the direct impact on communities and societal benefits of what we do are often less well-known.”

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