- EY has a presence in 18 Latin American countries, one of which is Peru, which has announced that it will operate as a single region from July 1, 2023.
Effective July 1, 2023, professional services firm EY will consolidate operations in 18 countries in Latin America into a single operational zone.
“This integration will have a positive impact on our customers in Peru, who will benefit from a more agile operation and the rapid implementation of modern solutions and services developed by teams with international experience. In addition, this initiative will open the way to greater investment in knowledge and new and challenging opportunities and industries for our professionals.Paulo Pantigoso, country managing partner of EY Peru, member country of EY Latin America, notes.
Manuel Solano, who has been appointed Regional Managing Partner of EY Latin America, will have strategic and operational responsibilities that will allow him to promote growth and development programs that strengthen EY’s leadership. Big 4 in the Latin American market.
According to Julie Boland, managing partner of America: “Manuel brings the continued drive, strategic direction, vision and extensive client service experience necessary to build on our continued success. He is a people-centric leader who will drive Latin America into the future as a fully integrated region, collaborating across geographies, sectors and service lines to bring the full power of EY to our clients.” will bring
For his part, Manuel Solano pointed out: “By combining the north and south of EY Latin America in a single region, we will gain unprecedented capacity and the necessary skills to provide better services to our clients, anticipating their needs in a changing environment like the current one. Better talent, the market and building trust among all stakeholders.
In this new model, EY combines the skills and experience of more than 25,000 employees in Peru (which contributes to more than 2,100), Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Chile, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Dominican Republic, Uruguay and Venezuela. Its client portfolio includes the most important business groups in the region and leading multinationals with a local presence.