New head to help clients develop growth strategies, pave way for major transformation programs
EY has inducted Neeraj Mohan as a Partner and India Leader for EY-Parthenon, the strategy arm of the firm’s Strategy and Transactions practice. Accelerating EY’s strategy consulting practice in India, Mohan will be responsible for helping clients build and measure their long-term value creation goals through transformative strategies and maximizing opportunities in the entire transaction lifecycle.
Mohan has served as a director on multiple boards and until recently was serving on the board of William J Clinton Foundation. He has also served as an elected member of the global Green Light Committee (gGLC) of the Stop TB Partnership of WHO, as a member of the Procurement Resource Group of The GAVI Alliance, and as a member of the Vaccine Pricing Task Team of The Decade of Vaccines Alliance of the WHO.
Amit Khandelwal, Managing Partner, Strategy and Transactions, EY, says, “We are committed to growing our EY-Parthenon practice by bringing together our deep functional knowledge, a network of global professionals and sectoral expertise. Neeraj, with his cross-industry experience and strengths in strategy-to-execution, will lead a team of professionals to help clients develop growth strategies, unlock the full potential of strategy, transactions and restructuring, paving the way for major transformation programs. Further, it will help clients make better-informed decisions across the transactions life cycle and create long-term value.”
On his appointment, Mohan said, “Leading strategy consulting for India at EY-Parthenon is an incredible opportunity. I look forward to further strengthening the brand’s position as the preferred strategy partner for business organisations and investors.
EY-Parthenon is one of the largest global strategy consulting organizations, with more than 6,500 professionals. In 2020, EY transformed its Transaction Advisory Services to Strategy and Transactions to bring together our connected capital solutions for clients across markets.
Over the past year, EY has rapidly scaled up with around 23 Partners and Associate Partner appointments in the Strategy and Transactions practice in India with specialised sector expertise from large multinational companies, start-ups, boutique strategy firms and investment banking firms.