Why EY’s split of audit and consulting arms will be messy

Ernst & Young’s tax experts bring in lots of cash and are highly valued by the firm’s clients. Many members of the 70,000-strong group don’t know where they will be working next year, or if they will be competing against each other.

The proposed breakup of EY into a steady firm focused on auditing companies and a faster-growing consulting…

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