Constantin Gall
We want to position EY GSA TAS as the #1 transformation agent in a rapidly changing market by re-invigorating entrepreneurial virtues and leveraging broad set of EY capabilities from strategy to execution

Constantin M. Gall

Managing Partner, Transaction Advisory Services, Ernst & Young GmbH

Over 13 years of experience in TAS. Trusted advisor. Transformation enthusiast. A passionate driver who likes traveling.

Constantin has led the Transaction Advisory Services (TAS) in Germany, Austria and Switzerland (EY GSA) since mid-2018. He also leads the EY GSA Automotive and Transportation (A&T) sector services, since 2014.

He supports clients from the automotive and industrial products industry as well as diverse private equity sponsors.

His most recent work focused on the orchestration of complex international business transformations, which extended from the strategic blueprint to the full tax, legal and operative implementation support of the new business model. Another key focus is the support of complex global divestment projects, often in combination with global carve-outs – entailing operations, shared functions, IT landscape as well as employee transfers. Both are based on the multidisciplinary EY services.

Constantin has earned two master’s degrees in Corporate Finance/International Management from ESB Business School, Reutlingen University, and the Business School, Lancaster University, UK.

How Constantin is building a better working world

“As a trusted collaborator/advisor to EY clients on their continuous transformation journey triggered by today’s short-paced disruptions, I aspire to facilitate value creation both for the businesses and for society. Transparency, sustainability and trust play an essential role in a dynamic and diverse ecosystem as we know it today. At the same time, this responsibility is becoming extremely challenging due to our increasingly dynamic and digital world.

In my role, I consider myself responsible for setting a daily example for these values, demanding them as well as questioning their implementation.”