EY plots £100m net zero consulting service backed by major UK recruitment drive

Michael Holder
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EY's office near London Bridge | Credit: iStock
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EY's office near London Bridge | Credit: iStock

Consulting giant launches EY Carbon service to support listed UK firms in meeting requirements to develop net zero strategies by 2023

EY has confirmed plans for a £100m investment in the UK, alongside a recruitment drive to appoint 1,300 staff to support the launch of a new service dedicated to helping businesses develop net zero strategies...

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