Professional service firm, EY has announced two new appointments on the EY Global Executive (GE), which take effect on 1 July 2020.
Steve Krouskos has been appointed EY Global managing partner- Business Enablement, responsible for EY business functions across the globe. In this role, Krouskos will oversee EY strategy for all functions, including technology, finance, risk management, legal, shared services and procurement.
Krouskos has over 25 years of experience in M&A, advising corporate and private equity clients on multi-billion dollar cross-border transactions. He is also the chairman of the EY Corporate Responsibility Governance Council.
He succeeds Lou Pagnutti, who retires from EY after a 39-year career with the organisation. Steve’s successor to the Global TAS role will be announced later this financial year.
Marie-Laure Delarue has also been appointed EY Global vice chair – assurance.
With over 25 years’ experience in the banking industry, Delarue is the current EY EMEIA Banking and Capital Markets Leader for Financial Services, responsible for connecting and overseeing the performance of leading banking accounts in Europe.
Carmine Di Sibio, EY Global chairman and CEO, said: “At a time when EY clients are turning to us for both traditional and a newer range of services these appointments further underline the EY commitment to providing exceptional client-service.
“Steve and Marie-Laure both have impressive track records in building high-performing teams and market-leading growth. With their valuable insights and diverse perspectives, we will continue to meet EY clients’ needs in this dynamic marketplace.”