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January 27, 2023

EY Poaches Someone From Deloitte and Issues a Press Release, Part II

In today’s edition of “Big 4-on-Big 4 Poaching From Around the World,” we head to London where Jill Trafford finally got an invitation to participate in games Big 4 partners play. She announced her promotion at EY on LinkedIn earlier this month:

With EY dangling a promotion to partner, Trafford decided to dip from her director role at Deloitte, according to Accountancy Daily:

Trafford joins EY’s digital HR competency in PAS, bringing over 25 years of HR transformation experience. She has spent the last 10 years in consulting roles, most recently leading the HR & technology advisory practice at Deloitte, and has vast experience in consulting and industry, working across the UK, Europe and Hong Kong on HR and people strategies for global organisations, designing and implementing new HR operating models, and supporting the selection of new HR technology.

Trafford joined Deloitte from HSBC in 2011 as a consultant and was promoted to director in 2016, according to her LinkedIn profile.

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