EY Northern Ireland announces two new Equity Partners

  • EY in Northern Ireland has announced two new Equity Partners, Judith Savage and Aoife Warren. 

    Judith and Aoife join the EY partnership alongside 25 other new Equity Partners bringing the total number of Partners in EY, across Ireland and Northern Ireland, to 116.

    18 of these new Partners have been admitted to the partnership from within EY, including Judith and Aoife, while a further nine are direct admit Partners.

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    These new appointments reflect the firm’s increased investment across all regions and service areas including Audit, Business and People Consulting, Technology Consulting, Strategy, Cyber, Financial Services, Sustainability, Corporate Financing, Tax, among others.

    Sitting in EY’s Consulting practice, Aoife Warren leads in the provision of Risk Consulting Services. Aoife’s particular focus is on transactions and exit readiness, dealing in IPOs, private equity, mergers, and demergers.  Aoife leads EY’s Financial Position and Prospects Capital Market services across the UK and Ireland.

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    Judith has also been admitted to the firm’s Consulting practice. Sitting on the Business Consulting Team, Judith leads the Transformation Architecture practice across the island of Ireland which specialises in supporting clients to re-imagine business models and to design and deliver complex transformation programmes. Judith works with clients across a range of sectors, with a particular focus on Government and Public Sector.

    Rob Heron, Managing Partner, EY Northern Ireland commented: “At EY Northern Ireland, in addition to helping our clients navigate challenges, we are focused on helping our clients embrace opportunities that will deliver long-term sustainable value and growth. Both Aoife and Judith are partners in our Consulting practice, which is a key growth area for us and an area where we feel confident we can provide clients with unrivalled expertise and skill. Our new partners will play a huge part in developing and leading our teams to ensure that our clients have the support they need to thrive now and for many years to come.”

    Source: Written from press release.

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