EY is delighted to announce ten new Equity Partners bringing the total number of Partners in EY across the island of Ireland to 93.
Seven of the ten new Partners have been admitted to the partnership from within EY, while a further three are direct admit Partners. Four of the new Partners are within EY Financial Services.
Eoin MacManus, Managing Partner, EY Financial Services said: “I would like to congratulate all ten of our new EY Partners on this significant career milestone and to extend an especially warm welcome to our four new Financial Services Partners. Their diverse skillsets, experience and backgrounds really serve to enrich our Partnership in leading our people and helping our financial services clients to navigate beyond the current volatility to transform, succeed and grow.”
Niall Corrigan has been admitted as Partner leading Financial Services Customer & Digital Consulting in the Performance Improvement practice. He has worked in a strategic advisory and change delivery capacity across financial services, travel, construction and technology clients for the last 11 years. He has also been involved in several start-ups as an employee, an owner, an advisor and a mentor. Niall holds an MBA from Trinity College Dublin, an MEng from University of Edinburgh and a Diploma in Digital Marketing from the Digital Marketing Institute, Dublin.
Sinéad Colreavy has more than 15 years’ experience in the international tax arena and has been admitted as Partner leading the firm’s Financial Services Tax Technology and Transformation group – a unique offering in Ireland. Sinéad works with a wide range of banking, capital markets and asset management clients assisting and challenging them to think of new ways to manage their local and international tax risk. Her team combines tax technical, accounting, IT and ERP professionals. Sinéad is a member of Chartered Accountants Ireland and Irish Tax Institute.
Ramakrishnan Ramanathan has been admitted as Partner with EY Ireland Financial Services and has more than 15 years’ experience in the provision of audit, accounting and advisory services to high-profile international financial services clients. He is also the Assurance Sector Leader for Structured Finance in Ireland. His clients include some of the US and Europe’s largest banks and fund managers whom he advises on structuring, regulation, valuation issues, accounting and disclosure. Ram graduated from Bangalore University with a Bachelor’s degree in Commerce and is a fellow of the Associate Chartered Certified Accountants. Ram is a member of the Irish Debt Securities Association and the Irish Association of Corporate Treasurers.
Kieran Daly has been admitted as Partner within the Financial Services Wealth & Asset Management industry practice at EY Ireland. He has more than 13 years’ experience supporting a broad range of clients in the provision of audit and advisory services across the Wealth & Asset Management, Banking and Stockbroking industries. He advises clients on a diverse range of topics including regulation implementation, technical accounting, investment valuation, asset quality assessments, loan reviews and fund governance. Kieran is a Chartered Accountant with a first-class honours degree in European Commerce with German from University College Cork.