E&Y’s Neal to retire

30 August 2012 James Neal, global head of infrastructure at consultancy Ernst & Young, is to retire at the end of the year, with the role transferring to Australia.
Bill Banks will take on the leadership of the firm’s global project finance and infrastructure advisory, as well as remaining responsible for the Asia Pacific region.

Meanwhile, Dougald Middleton will take over Neal’s responsibilities in the UK, heading up its lead advisory practice.

Manish Gupta, currently head of the company’s transport infrastructure practice, will take on responsibility for the Europe, Middle East, India & Africa region. Tim Philpotts will lead Ernst and Young’s infrastructure advisory for the Americas from his office in Canada.

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