EY appoints four senior team members in Bristol

04 August 2021 Consultancy.uk 2 min. read
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EY has made four senior appointments in Bristol as part of the firm’s continued investment in its South West and Wales regional business. Robin Enstone has been promoted to Equity Partner, alongside Associate Partner promotions for Elsa Littlewood, Ed Bujok-Stone and David Potter.

Karen Kirkwood, Office Managing Partner at EY in Bristol, commented, “The promotions reflect a further investment in our people and our business as we build sustainable long-term growth and support our clients as they rebuild post-pandemic. I’d like to congratulate Robin, Elsa, Ed and David on their achievements and look forward to continuing to work with them and the wider Bristol-based team to build our capabilities in the region.”

Across the UK, EY has strengthened its Partnership with 103 new equity Partners. This includes 65 new Partner promotions, which is the firm’s largest intake of home-grown talent in the last ten years, along with 38 external hires. EY now has 781 Partners across the UK.

Robin Enstone, Equity Partner, EY

Robin Enstone has been appointed an Equity Partner in the office’s assurance practice, specialising in the financial services sector. He joined EY in 2005, and has since managed a number of large and complex audits of insurance firms. In his new role he will continue to focus on the delivery of audit engagements across the market. 

Elsa Littlewood is Head of EY Private Client Tax in the South West and Wales and originally joined EY in 2017. She works predominantly with individuals across privately-owned and operated businesses, and in her new role of Associate Partner, she will continue to build on EY’s strength in the private client and private business sector in the region. This will be with a focus on tax related advice and support, including in specialist areas such as rural business, and internationally mobile individuals and business owners.

Ed Bujok-Stone has also been promoted to Associate Partner, this time in EY’s life actuarial wing of the financial services team. Head of Financial Services Consulting in the South West and Wales region, as well as chief innovation officer in EY’s EMEIA Insurance Risk and Actuarial Services team. He joined EY in 2010.

David Potter arrived with EY in 2000, and has been named an Associate Partner in the firm’s people advisory services (PAS) practice. As Advanced Manufacturing and Mobility Markets Lead for PAS, he works alongside clients to help them tackle the challenges and opportunities arising from the people impacts of decarbonisation, automation and globalisation. He also has particular experience in working with clients in manufacturing, retail, energy and the public sector.

EY employs 350 people across Wales and the South West of England. Its regional presence is based in the firm’s Bristol office, on Counterslip Street.