We Help Companies Find New Sales Opportunities
Ernst & Young
Ernst & Young is to relocate its Hull-based accountancy office later this year.
Ernst & Young is to expand its accountancy offices in Leeds and Hull, which currently employ 310 and 40 staff respectively.
Ernst & Young is to create 300 jobs in its Irish accountancy and consultancy business over the next year, including 21 in Belfast.
Ernst & Young is planning to double the staff at its advisory office in Liverpool to 60 by 2012, as part of a nationwide expansion that will create 1,000 jobs.
Ernst & Young is to recruit 25 new accountants in Belfast over the next 18 months, as part of 300 new jobs being created across Ireland.
Ernst & Young is to set up a new business consultancy unit in Scotland, with the creation of 140 jobs in Edinburgh, Glasgow and Aberdeen over the next three years.
Ernst & Young is to create more than 100 jobs at its new clean energy and technology division.
Ernst & Young, the accountancy group, is setting up a 21,000 sq ft office at the G1 office in Glasgow's George Square, while law firm Maclay Murray & Spens is taking 40,000 sq ft.
Ernst & Young has sold the Robinson Way debt collection business of London Scottish Bank to management for undisclosed terms, securing up to 250 jobs at Salford Quays.
Ernst & Young is to invest £2m in improvements to its Manchester city centre office, and staff numbers will rise from 370 to 500 within three years.
Ernst & Young has sold three PVC Group subsidiaries out of administration, including Eagley Trade Extrusions, PVC Powders and Pulse Building Plastics, securing the future of 131 jobs.
Ernst & Young is planning to create 90 new jobs at its accountancy office in Manchester over the next three years, to add to the existing 365 staff.
Ernst & Young is planning to expand the workforce in its consulting division from 120 to 300 by the end of 2006.
Ernst & Young has sold the eight remaining Cox Plant hire depots out of administration to its former directors.
Ernst & Young is looking to recruit a further 40 staff to add to the existing 460 at its accountancy office in Birmingham.
Ernst & Young is to relocate its Inverness office and about 50 staff to the Stoneyfield Business Park this autumn.
Ernst & Young is to sell its network of nine independent financial advisers to Cavanagh Group of West Sussex for £4.2m, which will involve the transfer of 120 jobs.
Ernst & Young is planning a £7bn merger of its consultancy arm with Cap Gemini, to create a combined IT consultancy business with 58,000 employees worldwide.
Tasco Europe, the accountancy joint venture between Shell International and Ernst & Young, is to start offering accounting services to pan-European companies, and will create 400 jobs in Glasgow over the next three years.