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EY acquires digital consultancy group in Asia Pacific

EY has acquired Adelphi Digital Consulting Group to expand its presence in Asia Pacific.

Adelphi Digital Consulting Group, which has now rebranded as EY, has 170 staff based in Australia and Singapore.  Adelphi CEO Margaret Manning will join EY as a partner in the advisory practice of EY in Singapore.

EY’s Oceania managing partner, advisory, Lynn Kraus said “The addition of Adelphi Digital to our already strong digital capabilities in advisory and tax service lines means we can help our clients move rapidly and seamlessly from concept to code.”

Manning said: “The Adelphi Digital team are extremely excited to be joining EY in both Australia and Singapore. EY has a very strong innovation consulting culture which is a great match with our heritage in digital transformation and user experience.”

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