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EY and the Parthenon Group complete merger

EY and The Parthenon Group (TPG) have finalised their merger announced in July 2014.

Parthenon Group's 300 professionals in offices in Boston, London, Mumbai, San Francisco, Shanghai and Singapore and EY's investment strategy practices will operate under the Parthenon-EY brand as part of EY's global transaction advisory services.

Leader of the new Parthenon-EY brand will be former TPG chairman Bill Achtmeyer.

"Our number one goal has always been to serve as the strategic advisor of choice for CEOs and business leaders," he said. "EY has long fostered the same culture and thinking. We're thrilled to be part of the EY organisation."

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