EY has announced the appointment of Helen Bentley and Blair Robinson to partners at the firm’s UK and Ireland consulting practice.
Robinson will be tasked with supporting organisations in setting up, improving, and digitising their finances, while supporting clients to transform their businesses.
Prior to his most recent role as a partner at Dixons Carphone, where he acted as people operations and transformation director, Robinson worked across a number of other Big Four firms.
He said: “My focus will be predominantly on working with consumer goods and retail clients in the UK and globally.
“I am looking forward to helping companies in these sectors to shape their future plans and capitalise on the transformational growth opportunities that the rapidly evolving digital environment presents.”
Bentley will be responsible for growing the firm’s private equity practice, continuing her work with multinational clients based in Japan.
She joins the leadership group of EY Seren, which forms part of the UK and Ireland consulting department that oversees the group’s experience design capabilities.
Bentley said: “It is great to be working with EY’s dynamic and talented team in the UK and Ireland.
“There remain significant challenges within the current business landscape, however it is an interesting and exciting time to be helping clients develop their strategies and transformation programmes for a post-pandemic environment to help them drive long-term sustainable growth.”