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Ernst & Young: Business immigration service expanded

By Rob Starr, Content Manager,

Ernst & Young transaction tax partner Mark Bennett says tax is playing an increasingly important role in deal-making both in terms of identifying efficiencies associated with the transaction itself, and valuing them over the longer term. Twenty three employees of Katie Malyon & Associates, including the firm’s Principal Katie Malyon have joined the firm. A growing demand for business immigration services, has led Ernst & Young to expand a key area of its Human Capital practice .

Within Ernst & Young Tax, the Human Capital Global Mobility practice employs more than 5,900 dedicated professionals worldwide and delivers a comprehensive range of services, including International Assignment, Expatriate Tax and Global Immigration services to more than 140 countries.Ernst & Young Asia-Pacific Human Capital Leader Nick Pond says the expansion will particularly strengthen Ernst & Young’s immigration service capability across the Asia-Pacific.

Ernst & Young Oceania Global Immigration Leader Wayne Parcell says this sees Ernst & Young Australia’s national global immigration team increase to more than 70 with the global immigration team enabling even more new Australian stories with each and every piece of immigration advice.

“This expansion will enhance our current service offering, further integrating our immigration and tax services, providing a holistic risk management framework for our clients,” Mr Parcell said.



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