As EY Global Deputy Vice Chair — Strategy and Transactions, Nadine brings over 25 years of strategy and M&A experience advising clients as they reimagine their ecosystems, reshape their portfolios and reinvent themselves for a better future. She and her global teams have worked extensively in the Americas and Europe, advising companies on their strategy and capital agendas to provide long-term value.
Nadine also serves as an EY Global Client Service Partner, overseeing the organization's relationship and all EY client work for a large global systemically important bank.
Prior to her current role, Nadine was the Strategy and Transactions (formerly TAS) Managing Partner for FSO Americas, Ernst & Young LLP, where she focused on advising the financial services sectors and providing growth services and results to that region. Nadine was also the EY Global TAS Wealth and Asset Management Sector Leader.
Nadine is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants as well as a Canadian Chartered Professional Accountant and a member of CPA Ontario. She is a graduate of Queen’s University at Kingston, Canada, and currently serves on their Smith School of Business Global Council.
She was named a Fellow in the 2016-2017 class of David Rockefeller Fellows and is a member of the Board of Directors of City Harvest and the Audit Committee Chair.
How Nadine is building a better working world
Nadine and her teams rally together to solve complex challenges. That means bringing broad and diverse insights to EY clients' evolving business, strategy and transaction questions to realize their purpose and help in creating long-term value. “I believe that great ideas come from diversity of thought. Sponsorship is critical to ensure that future leaders from all backgrounds receive the right opportunities today to succeed tomorrow.” This personally fuels Nadine’s commitment to inclusion, education, philanthropy and service to address matters of opportunity, hunger and food insecurity.