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EY appoints Strategy and Transactions Associate Partner

EY appoints Strategy and Transactions Associate Partner

Tuesday 20 October 2020

EY appoints Strategy and Transactions Associate Partner

Stuart Gardner has been promoted to Strategy and Transactions Associate Partner at EY in the Channel Islands.

The firm says Mr Gardner is a UK Licensed Insolvency Practitioner and a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales.

Mr Gardner said: “I am proud to be promoted to Associate Partner within the Turnaround and Restructuring Strategy team at EY. Our firm has an established track-record of helping organisations with disruption and I look forward to building on that legacy here in the Channel Islands. In my work, I will continue to support and guide our clients, their stakeholders and advisors, to preserve and recover value in solvent, stressed and distressed circumstances.” 

Andrew Dann, EY’s Channel Islands Managing Partner, added: “Congratulations to Stuart on this much deserved promotion. Since joining EY, he has made a valuable contribution to the firm’s continued growth and success in Strategy and Transactions service offerings.

"Clients, now more than ever before, need trusted advisors that can offer recommendations underpinned by cutting-edge technology, to develop and support the execution of their strategies. Stuart and his team provide our clients with unparalleled insights and capabilities.”   

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