EY has named Kate Barton as its new global tax leader. Ms Barton will oversee all aspects of EY tax strategy and operations, which represents combined annual revenues of approximately $8.2 billion in revenue and more than 50,000 tax professionals around the world.
In this role, Ms Barton will also lead the EY tax executive committee and become a member of the EY global executive, its most senior body focused on the delivery of the EY Vision 2020 strategy.
Ms Barton currently serves as EY Americas vice chair - tax, overseeing the largest tax revenues in all EY areas. She is also a member of the EY Americas operating executive, the EY global practice group, EY global tax executive committee and the EY global diversity & inclusiveness committee.
She succeeds Jay Nibbe, who will become EY global vice chair – markets, with the new appointments effective on 1 July 2018.
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