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Ernst & Young: Mark Beischel appointed to lead Global Consumer Products
February 1, 2013
By Rob Starr, Content Manager, Big4.com
Consumer Products for Ernst & Young will have a new leader. The firm had announced the appointment of Mark Beischel as the new Global Sector Leader.
Beischel’s most recent role has been as a Global Client Service Partner based in Cincinnati, USA as well as serving as Ernst & Young’s Global Advisory Leader for Consumer Products.
Commenting on his new role, he says: “Our consumer products clients are increasingly global, striving to better serve the billions of consumers in the developed and developing markets. Ernst & Young has a truly global footprint and services that help our clients optimize their global performance, protect against global risks and grow their businesses. It is a privilege to assist global consumer product companies to achieve their goals.”
A graduate of General Electric’s Financial Management Program, Beischel originally joined Ernst & Young in Indianapolis, USA, in 1986, working with consumer products and manufacturing companies, and became a Partner in 1995. He is also a Certified Management Accountant and certified by the Association of Operations Management in Production and Inventory Management.
“I am really excited to welcome Mark to this global leadership role in Consumer Products. Mark’s experience and leadership will build on the great work that has already been achieved under his predecessor Howard Martin,” says Steve Almassy, Ernst & Young Global Vice Chair, Office of the Chairman Accounts and Industry.