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EY makes senior promotions across CI branches

EY makes senior promotions across CI branches

Thursday 12 April 2018

EY makes senior promotions across CI branches

Thursday 12 April 2018

EY has announced a number of senior promotions to manager and director positions across the Channel Islands.

Áine Slater has been promoted to director, while Emily Bodkin and Zaeem Youssouf have been promoted to senior manager all within the tax team. Iaan Erasmus, Debbie Maclachlan and Peter Whitsey has been promoted to manager within the assurance team.

EY said these promotions reflect the firm's investment in its people and their long-term careers with those who have been promoted demonstrating "professional growth, high levels of performance and dedication to exceptional client service."

EY’s Channel Islands managing partner, Andrew Dann, said: “We would like to congratulate all those who have been promoted. These promotions reflect EY’s leading people culture of investing in our high performing people and providing them with opportunities to progress in their careers.”

Among the Guernsey promotions is Mrs Bodkin, who has been with EY since 2010, having joined the firm as a post A-Level school leaver. She specialises in all aspects of local Guernsey tax and also leads our payroll services across the Channel Islands. Mrs Bodkin provides Guernsey tax compliance and advisory services to individuals, companies and partnerships, and regularly advises on employment taxes, including the treatment of flexible benefit schemes and benefits in kind. 

Mr Erasmus qualified in South Africa before joining EY in Guernsey in 2014. He focuses on the wealth & asset management industry, predominantly private equity and listed funds. He also has experience of auditing Guernsey captive insurers. 

Pictured above, l-r: Debbie MacLachlan, Iaan Erasmus and Emily Bodkin

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