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EY launched borderless advisory services across Africa, India and the Middle East

EY has announced the creation of a borderless advisory services across Africa, India and the Middle East (AIM) offering its clients access to 7,000 consultants and 280 partners from EY member firms in 50 countries.

Gerard Gallagher has been appointed AIM advisory leader and will coordinate the new offering.

“We are seeing an increased demand from clients in financial services, transportation, consumer products, retail, and the energy sectors for additional support in their growth and efficiency agendas across three of the fastest growing regional economies in the world – Africa, India and the Middle East. These regions have natural synergies and are the new trade route for business, with a market of about three billion people,” he said.

In a statement, EY said that in these markets there is a growing need for economic diversification and the creation of significant physical and social infrastructure. Therefore the Big Four’s newly launched advisory services will cater specifically for these needs.

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