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Ernst & Young Appoints Four New Partners

4 July 2006

Ernst & Young Appoints Four New Partners

Ernst & Young New Zealand is pleased to announce the appointment of four new partners to the firm: Alex Ball, Lloyd Bunyan, Matthew Andrew and Tim May.

Chief Executive John Judge says the appointments reflect the firm’s commitment to recognising and rewarding excellence in its people. “We are delighted to admit these four individuals to the partnership. Each will bring professionalism, energy and commitment to the firm and our clients,” says Mr Judge.

Alex Ball – Audit, Auckland
Alex has 16 years experience working in the UK, Australia, Singapore and New Zealand, and specialises in providing audit, transaction support, risk management and compliance advisory services to the banking and investment management sectors. He also holds a mechanical engineering degree and previously worked in the UK power generation industry.

Lloyd Bunyan – Audit, Auckland
Lloyd has 16 years experience including five years working in London, servicing a range of multinational and smaller companies. He is highly experienced in providing accounting and assurance services to New Zealand listed companies, as well as providing specialist transaction support and financial due diligence services to prospective purchasers.

Matthew Andrew – Tax, Auckland
Matthew Andrew returns as a Partner to Ernst & Young’s tax group after working in Ernst & Young’s Boston International Tax Services Group. Matthew has worked as a transfer pricing and international tax specialist for Ernst & Young for 8 years in New Zealand, Australia and the United States. He is also the co-founder of Ernst & Young’s “Export-GO” solution for small to medium sized export companies.

Tim May – Assurance and IFRS, Christchurch
Tim has provided assurance-related services in New Zealand and the UK for more than 15 years, including risk management, external audit engagements and internal audit and process improvement service. Tim is accredited within Ernst & Young to provide NZ IFRS transition advice, and also as an NZ IAS-32 and 39 Financial Instruments Specialist. Prior to Ernst & Young Tim worked within the Treasury Finance department of a UK bank, responsible for control over dealing operations.

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