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Ernst & Young - Head of Government Business


12 April 2006

Ernst & Young Appoints Head of Government Business

Grant Taylor
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Ernst & Young New Zealand is pleased to announce the appointment of Wellington based partner Grant Taylor as Head of Government Business.

Grant has over 14 years experience providing assurance-related services to the public sector. Prior to joining Ernst & Young in 1994 Grant worked in the Audit Office.

Ernst & Young Chief Executive John Judge says this appointment affirms Ernst & Young’s commitment to the public sector.

“Grant will help to ensure that as a firm we understand issues in government in more depth and make a positive contribution to debate on those issues,” says Mr Judge.

Ernst & Young currently provides a range of services to help government manage growth, improve financial performance and mitigate risk.

Mr Taylor’s experience includes leading and managing the delivery of external audit and other services to major organisations including considerable transaction support work, both in New Zealand and internationally.

ENDS


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