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EY has extended the tenure of its UK chair, Hywel Ball, for a second time, allowing him to continue leading the Big Four firm beyond the mandatory retirement age of 60. Mr Ball, 61, who has been at the helm since 2020, received a further one-year extension, taking his leadership role until June 2025

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The UK economy has faced a downturn in October, with a contraction observed across all major sectors, which saw GDP fall by 0.3% month-on-month. The decline was notably consistent with the sluggish trends indicated in recent business surveys. The EY ITEM Club's chief economic advisor, Martin Be

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EY has intensified its redundancy efforts in the UK with the planned the termination of an additional 150 jobs, bringing the total number of redundancies this year to 300.

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Resilient consumer spending may have helped the Scottish economy avoid a recession, but economic growth has been flat since Q2 of 2022 and will remain into 2024 when GVA is expected to rise by 0.3%, according to the EY ITEM Club Scottish Autumn forecast. The forecast adds that sentiment among busine

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EY has announced that Janet Truncale has been elected its next global chair and CEO, becoming the first woman to lead a big four firm. Ms Truncale is currently serving as regional managing partner, EY Americas Financial Services Organization (FSO). In this role she leads a diverse team of more than

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EY Scotland has welcomed the appointment of nine new partners, 150 promotions and 100 graduates and apprentices, as the firm announces record UK revenues of £3.8 billion in FY23. The partner appointments include seven internal promotions and two external hires, across Edinburgh and Glasgow, br

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Despite prevailing economic challenges, the UK is poised to evade a recession, although growth is anticipated to be slow through 2023 and 2024, the EY ITEM Club's Autumn Forecast has revealed. Following a better-than-expected start to the year, GDP growth expectations for 2023 have been upgraded sli

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