What is Restructuring at EY?
When companies are underperforming or in distress, we advise them – and other affected parties – on the best course of action. Through independent analysis, we help them either get back on track or go through insolvency procedures like administration or receivership.
Applications to this programme are now closed. To be the first to find out about our 2020 opportunities, sign up now.
What will you be doing?
- Analysing economic and business challenges for major companies
- Taking ownership of complex, sometimes high-profile projects
- Communicating with colleagues and clients across global locations
Are you eligible to apply?
If you have an honours degree (in any subject) by the time the programme starts, this is for you.
Dependent on location, salaries start from £21,800 per year
Level 7 Apprenticeship*
in Accountancy and Taxation (equivalent to a master’s degree) *Please note this applies to English office locations only.
How’s it structured?
There are lots of choices for where your career can develop during our Restructuring programme, so we’ll give you all the help you need to decide which path is right for you. First things first, we’ll bring you up-to-speed through a company induction and then you’ll join your team. As well as getting to work on real client projects, you may start studying for a professional qualification with ICAS or a similar institute and may also get the chance to travel for projects and take part in internal training sessions.
As you progress through the programme, you’ll take on more responsibilities, broadening your transactions knowledge, sector understanding and professional skills. And, if you’ve done a good job you may find yourself promoted by the time the programme’s finished.
Where could a transactions career take you?
Having studied languages, Sam’s found his skills surprisingly useful at EY. See where in the world they’ve taken him.
Meet some of our graduates
Working in UK&I Transactions – Jonathan
The client projects that Jonathan works on can turn up in the news because of their impressive scale. He finds it fascinating to know what’s going on behind the scenes.
Managing global teams with EY Transactions – Keyan
Some people say the key to career success is ‘who you know’ but Keyan thinks it’s got a lot to do with achieving your goals and networking, too.
What about the extras?
Discounted gym memberships, interest-free loans, generous pension plans – there are lots of perks to being a grad at EY.
Where do you want to be?
We offer the Restructuring graduate programme in several cities around the UK.
Applications to this programme are now closed.
How to apply
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