Tuesday, November 13, 2007

E & Y Financial Services Consultancy - 2

E&Y Global Banking & Capital Markets Center

Meeting the Industry’s Most Complex Challenges
In today’s highly regulated environment, satisfying the divergent interests of an array of stakeholders is an ongoing challenge for banks and securities firms. Meeting that challenge requires a team of professionals who not only have technical experience but a thorough understanding of the operations, growth drivers and regulatory considerations that shape the banking industry marketplace worldwide.

The Ernst & Young Global Banking & Capital Markets Center responds to this need. The Center is the hub of a network of experienced financial professionals dedicated to serving banking and capital markets companies. It connects teams around the globe who share information on current and emerging trends and regulations in order to help clients address issues in assurance, risk, tax, transactions and finance. In short, the Center is where people and ideas come together to help banks and securities firms meet the issues of today and anticipate those of tomorrow.


Practical Services Banking and Capital Markets Companies Expect, Delivered Seamlessly Worldwide

The Global Banking and Capital Markets Center links our practitioners around the globe and facilitates collaboration and knowledge sharing so they provide seamless, consistent, high-quality service to our clients worldwide.

To learn about the services Ernst & Young offers in the specific countries where you do business, use our Country/Region Selector (top left bar). If you have a specific service need or inquiry, contact James Fanning, Global Banking & Capital Markets Practice Leader. For general descriptions of the services our member firms offer globally, read on.
Assurance & Advisory Business Services. Ernst & Young provides a full range of Assurance & Advisory Business Services to banking and capital markets companies. In addition to the independent audit, our member firms offer advisory services in the areas of risk management, internal controls, financial reporting, and corporate governance. Some of the more popular services in this area include:

Independent Audit
Business Risk
Fraud Investigation and Dispute Services
Security and Technology Risk Services
Tax Services. The breadth of Ernst & Young's Tax Services ranges from compliance through planning. Our member firms' tax compliance offerings help global and international banking and capital markets companies adhere to various government reporting requirements and our tax advisory services help businesses develop efficient tax structures. Some of the more popular tax services include:

Business Tax Compliance
International Tax
Indirect Tax
Tax and Risk Advisory Services
Transaction Tax
Transaction Advisory Services. Clients turn to Ernst & Young's Transaction Advisory Services for advice and support throughout the lifecycle of a transaction, from early stage to execution and post-deal activities. Whether your transaction involves acquisitions, alliances, joint ventures, sales, divestitures, or securitizations, our member firms help banking and capital markets clients determine the right deal to do, and help them do the deal right.


Global Banking & Capital Markets Practice Leader James J. Fanning New York, US +1 212 773 3144

Americas Banking & Capital Markets Leader William Schlich New York, US +1 212 773 3233

Northern Europe, Mideast, India and Africa Banking & Capital Markets Leader Ian Baggs London, UK +44 20 79512152
Central Europe Banking & Capital Markets Leader (includes: Germany,
Netherlands, Switzerland, Eastern Europe) Ivan Wagner Zurich, Switzerland +41 58 286 3623
Continental Western Europe Banking & Capital Markets Leader (includes:
France, Spain, Portugal, Belgium, Italy, Greece) Olivier Durand Paris, France +33 1 55 61 03 82
Australia, New Zealand, Oceania Banking & Capital Markets Leader Steve Ferguson Sydney, Australia +61 2 9248 4518
Japan Banking & Capital Markets Leader Koichi Hanabusa Tokyo, Japan +81 3 3503 1692
Far East Banking & Capital Markets Leader Winston Ngan Singapore +65 6428 6918
Banking & Capital Markets Services Contacts
Assurance Services Coen Boogaart Amsterdam, Netherlands +31 20 549 7363
Risk Advisory Services Edwin Pisani New York, US +1 212 773 2712
Technology Security and Risk Services William J. Barrett New York, US +1 212 773 2999
Business Risk Services Steven C. Beattie New York, US +1 212 773 6378
Regulatory Services Donald T. Vangel New York, US +1 212 773 2129
Fraud Investigation & Dispute Services Bradley A. Massam New York, US +1 212 773 5620
Tax Services Marc D. Levy New York, US +1 212 773 1012
Transaction Advisory Services Marc C. Symons New York, US +1 212 773 0796
Global Banking & Capital Markets Center Contacts
Global Banking & Capital Markets - Marketing Director JB King New York, US +1 212 773 9652
Global Banking & Capital Markets - Operations Director Debra Greenberg New York, US +1 212 773 6592


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