The inevitable endangered state of EY's split-up strategy
To split or not to split, the question of whether EY will split, again, has big implications for capital markets and professional service providers.
This is a guest entry from Jim Peterson, an American lawyer whose practice focuses on financial and accountancy related issues, and who is a 19-year veteran of Arthur Andersen’s in-house legal group. He launched his column, “Balance Sheet” in the business section of the International Herald Tribune in 2002 – evolving to his blog, “Re:Balance”. ‘
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