Ernst & Young, a global leader in professional services, is committed to restoring the public’s trust in professional services firms and in the quality of financial reporting. Its 114,000 people in 140 countries pursue the highest levels of integrity, quality, and professionalism in providing a range of sophisticated services centered on our core competencies of auditing, accounting, tax, and transactions.

Ernst & Young operates from 7 cities* in India ( with a work force of over 3500 people, who work towards the firm’s vision of being the trusted business advisor that contributes most to the success of people and clients by creating value and confidence. Global Tax Advisory Services, Risk Advisory Services, Transaction Advisory Services and Business Advisory Services are the core services offered by the firm in India.

*Ernst & Young has offices in New Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Bangalore and Pune.


Quality in everything we do


Across the globe

Main officers

Chairman& CEO : James Turley

No. of employees


Financial highlights

$21.1 billion USD (2007)


Assurance & Advisory
Strategic Growth Markets
Online Services


Asset Management Automotive Banking & Capital Markets Biotechnology Consumer Products Insurance Media & Entertainment Mining & Metals Oil & Gas Pharmaceutical Real Estate Technology Telecommunications Utilities


“Your success is our success, so we offer you the opportunities to achieve your best. Be part of a global organization where you can serve some of the biggest and most prestigious brands in the market. Work with world-class teams to tackle new challenges every day. Take your career to where you want it to go. At EY, we’re committed to helping you grow and succeed.”

Organizational culture

The Global Code of Conduct provides a series of guiding principles grouped into five categories that cover the breadth of our activities. They are: 1.Working with One Another 2.Working with Clients and Others 3.Acting with Professional Integrity 4.Maintaining our Objectivity and Independence 5.Respecting Intellectual Capital


Most Admired Knowledge Enterprise (MAKE) Award (November 2007) Working Mother magazine’s 100 Best Companies, US (September 2007) Employer of Choice, Sweden, (March 2007) Sunday Times 20 Best Big Companies to Work For, UK (March 2007) Top 50 Companies for Diversity, US (March 2007) Training Magazine, US (March 2007) EOWA Employer of Choice for Women, Australia (February 2007) Fortune magazine’s Top 100 Companies to Work For, US (January 2007Where Women Want to Work, UK (October 2006) Best Company to Work For, South Africa (September 2006) Audit Firm of the Year, Australia (September 2006) LexisNexis Taxation Awards UK, (May 2006)

Other information

A.C. Ernst and Arthur Young, who never met in life, died within days of each other in 1948. In 1989, the firms they started combined to create Ernst & Young. The new organization quickly positioned itself on the leading edge of rapid globalization, new business technologies, and continuous business change. Both A.C. and Arthur have been gone for more than a half-century, but the sum of their legacies — innovation and drive, sensitivity and concern, honesty and trust — form the culture of today's Ernst & Young.


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