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About the company

  • CEO
    Carmine Di Sibio
  • Founded
    1989
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    more than $10B (USD)
  • Industry
    Financial Services
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Jobs

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Consultant / Senior Consultant, Climate Change and Sustainability Services, Rapid Innovation, Karachi

Karachi

3 days ago

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Digital Transformation Consultant - Technology Consulting - Islamabad/Lahore

Pakistan

6 days ago

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Administrative Associate – Finance - Karachi

Karachi

7 days ago

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Assurance Operations Support

Karachi

11 days ago

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EY | Senior Consultant | Penetration Tester | Karachi

Pakistan

13 days ago

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Senior Consultant – SAP and Digital Transformation

Karachi

12 days ago

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EY Ford Rhodes | Senior - Assurance | Lahore

Pakistan

17 days ago

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Digital Audit Coach - Rapid Innovation, Karachi, Pakistan

Karachi

15 days ago

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EY Ford Rhodes | Supervising Tax Executive | Lahore

Pakistan

20 days ago

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EY Ford Rhodes | Manager Strategy & Transactions - Valuation, Modeling and Economics | Lahore

Pakistan

25 days ago

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Mercury Transaction Support Associate – Finance – Karachi

Karachi

29 days ago

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Manager / Senior Manager, Finance Transformation, Rapid Innovation, Karachi

Karachi

30+ days ago

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Senior Consultant - Manager, Cost optimization and budgeting, Rapid Innovation, Karachi

Karachi

30+ days ago

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Senior Consultant - Senior Manager, Transaction Accounting, Rapid Innovation Team, Karachi

Karachi

30+ days ago

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Reviews

Supervising Consultant in Sindh
on May 23, 2021
Great learning experience and gives you significant amount of exposure
EY is a great place to work for individuals who want to boost there career at the begining. Working here helps us to learn a lot though exposure at multiple clients for various assignments. You get to learn in working team, projsct management, repor drafting, analyticl skills.
Job incharge in Lahore
on September 24, 2020
All good almost
Recommended for job. Spend good time for all the managers . Become Excell pro through out using in all assignment. Started from zeroand now Allhumdullilah.
Engagement Auditors in Lahore
on September 10, 2020
Productive and learn new things
Overall it is good to be part of EY. I have learned lots of new things. I have also maintain balance between personal life and job. Seniors encouraged creativity and participation in complex tasks.
Admin & Finance Associate in Sindh
on July 16, 2020
Pretty good
It was a very good learning experience that helped me to develop personally, mentally and professionally. Overall great working environment and hats off to the EY culture
Senior Consultant Internal Audit in Capital Territory
on June 9, 2020
Good Work Place
Good work place and a professional environment. It is the leading accountancy and audit organization of Pakistan. For giving a good start to your career EY is the best place to start with.
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Interview Questions

None of your business sort of questions. If your worth it you'll make it and if you ain't worth it you won't. Its all on you. The level of them justifying your caliber depends on how you show it.

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