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EY Cambridge appoints James McElhone as consulting partner

McElhone joins EY from Deloitte and has over 10 years’ experience working with international, national and regional businesses

EY has announced the appointment of James McElhone, who joins the business as a partner to head up the Consulting team in Cambridge, with a regional and national remit working with privately owned and listed businesses.

A specialist in supporting businesses through technology enabled transformations with a focus on the digital enablement of finance organisations and enterprise analytics, McElhone joins EY from Deloitte and has over 10 years’ experience working with international, national and regional businesses.

In addition to his specialism in the Life Science sector, McElhone has a “wealth of expertise” working with CFOs in the consumer, technology and banking sectors.

He said: “I’m delighted to join the team at EY in Cambridge. I was attracted to the business due to its strong commercial and values, and an opportunity for me to build on existing operations in the East of England, working collaboratively alongside other EY teams. I’m looking forward to supporting growth in Consulting in the Cambridge office, advising some of the UK’s most influential Life Science businesses, who are based in the East of England.

“The East of England has a vibrant and varied business economy, where there are opportunities for high tech and innovative organisations to expand quickly.”

He added: “The right technology-based transformation solutions are key to unlocking the potential for these businesses, eliminating waste and making them leaner and more efficient. I look forward to working with EY’s existing client base and to exploring opportunities in new markets as part of my new role.”

Stuart Wilkinson, office managing partner at EY in Cambridge, said: “I’m really pleased to welcome James to the team, to focus on expanding our advice and support in transformation strategy and technology. His expertise and experience will provide a significant boost to the East of England team and help support our future growth strategy.”

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