EY's newly anointed Senior Vice Chair and Deputy Managing Partner of EY Americas, Anthony Caterino, has spent nearly 30 years at the firm, bringing a diverse range of experience and sector knowledge to his new position. Caterino's role will include overseeing the entire EY US firm and EY Americas region, representing over $17 billion in combined revenues, and more than 80,000 member firms in 31 countries. We caught up with Caterino recently to talk about his new job, and how EY helped support its people and clients during this time of crisis.
Consulting: What's been keeping you busiest so far in your new role?
Caterino: In my 29 years at EY, each of the roles I've had I've been a little more prepared for a role like this, so it wasn't so daunting taking it on. Our fiscal year started July 1, in many ways I've been actively transitioning for the last three months. This has been a really unique time in our history as a country, as a society, and certainly within EY as we've moved to remote delivery and having all of our people operating from their homes, leveraging our technology, making sure the infrastructure is supporting our business needs and our client needs, and continuing to support our people as they've adjusted to the new normal. Since I took the role in October, that's really been front and center. I've been really focused on our business and how we're performing, making sure we're engaging with our people and talking to them about their well-being, making sure we continue our focus on the market and continue to grow our business through this pandemic and continue to make sure we exit the pandemic stronger than when we entered.
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