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Ways of working in Transaction Advisory Services at EY

There are many faces to a career in Transaction Advisory Services at EY. 

Here we meet the women working within this field and enjoying a fast-paced environment and culture where the best ideas can come from anyone.

Take Marina for example (video above). As an EY Infrastructure Advisory, Marina initially joined EY as a vacationer in its Assurance practice. Having learned early on that the accounting space was not for her, Marina left to join a corporate role. Having missed the diverse workplace and exciting projects she came back like a boomerang and now feels confident that her contribution at EY has a real tangible impact on the society in which she lives. Something that she is proud to be a part of.

Julia encourages her team to choose their own path

Julia Van Grass, who works in Restructuring, was drawn to EY because of the opportunity to help set up a new service offering. This involves working with businesses to help preserve and create value for them and their stakeholders. Along with the calibre of the people, and the culture and flexibilty offered, EY has proven to be a smart move for Julia. In her team alone she works with engineers, organisational psychologists and digital disruptors. 

Requiring flexibility in her role, and with two young children; Julia has felt truly supported by her employer and advises others to have the confidence to choose their own path when it comes to work-life balance. With an employer like EY anything is possible.

Sandy enjoys flexibility without comprimising on her career at EY

Working part-time and some days from home allows Sandy Chan to spend quality time with her young family while still achieving her career goals.

In her Restructuring role at EY, Sandy works on different projects within various industries and is pasionate about what she does. Having found her perfect work-life balance, she is proud to be a part of EY.

EY is an impressive career choice

As a top employer for women, why not consider EY for your next career move?

The views expressed in this article are the views of the author, not Ernst & Young. This article provides general information, does not constitute advice and should not be relied on as such. Professional advice should be sought prior to any action being taken in reliance on any of the information. Liability limited by a scheme approved under Professional Standards Legislation.

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