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EY adds rival partners, new execs ahead of 2018


EY has shuffled and added to its transaction advisory services team in Victoria, with two new hires set to start early in 2018.

By Katarina Taurian 8 minute read
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>In February next year, Trevor Collard will be joining the EY TAS team in Melbourne as a partner in operational transaction services. Mr Collard is coming across from KPMG, where he has been a director in M&A integration for nearly seven years.

In his new role at EY, he will take care of clients’ operational consulting around mergers, integrations and carve-outs. He’s also been charged with bolstering EY’s presence in Melbourne’s TAS market.

Mr Collard’s background includes a focus on corporate clients across a range of sectors including resources, consumer and industrial products and health and life sciences.

EY has also announced an internal move - current Melbourne director for economics, regulation and policy, Ruth Ahchow, has been admitted to the EY partnership, effective 1 January 2018.

Ms Ahchow joined the infrastructure advisory team in November 2014, and handles economic and policy advice to Victorian and Commonwealth Government accounts. She specialises in the food and agribusiness industries.

Katarina Taurian


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