David J. Copley
Thomas Jefferson once said, ‘I find the harder I work the more luck I seem to have.’ At EY, that could not be more true as we continue to work diligently together to build a healthier working world.

David J. Copley

EY Global Health Assurance Leader and Ernst & Young LLP Assurance Partner

Experienced in health care industry, including providers, payers, life sciences and pharmaceutical companies. Certified Public Accountant.

With over 33 years of experience serving a diversity of organizations in the health care, managed care, pharmaceutical and life sciences sectors, David is the EY Global Health Assurance Leader. He is also a Partner in Ernst & Young LLP’s Assurance practice.

Working closely with EY’s health professionals and their teams to bring valued services and leading health sector insights to EY’s clients across the globe, David is responsible for leading all EY Assurance services in the global health practice.

Having served a variety of organizations, including VC and private equity-owned companies, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission registrants, and tax-exempt health care organizations, David has helped numerous emerging health care companies through various transactions — initial public offerings, bond offerings, M&As and international expansions.

A CPA in California, Arizona and Hawaii, David earned his bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Eastern Washington University.

How David is building a better working world

In his role with EY, and with his passion for health care, David has endeavored to build not just a better working world, but a healthier working world.

Working with his teams and leading health care organizations, David considers himself fortunate to be part of a sector that is focused on caring for human health around the world.

It is this focus and meaning of the health care sector that continues to excite him in his work. The opportunity to work with talented professionals in the EY Health sector and its clients continues to prove the impact that individuals can have in building a better — and healthier — working world.

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