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EY Global Life Sciences Center Announces New Appointments to Its Leadership Team
Date:1/8/2014

BOSTON, Jan. 8, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The EY Global Life Sciences Center today announced several new appointments, including global leaders for each of the four EY service lines, Assurance, Tax, Transaction and Advisory services. 

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As part of these new appointments, the Global Life Sciences Center also announced that John Celentano has been named a Senior Advisor for the Center.  Mr. Celentano's over 30-year career includes extensive leadership experience in a variety of functions at Bristol-Myers Squibb, including as President of its Healthcare Group, which included the non-pharmaceutical businesses Mead Johnson Nutrition, ConvaTec and Medical Imaging. In this role, Mr. Celentano led the successful IPO of Mead Johnson and the spin out and sale of ConvaTec. In his new position advising EY, Mr. Celentano will draw on his broad industry experience to advise EY member firm clients and sector teams on a variety of strategic and transformational business issues.

The Global Life Sciences Center also announced today the appointment of the following global service line leaders:

  • Scott Bruns will continue his role of Global Life Sciences Assurance Services Leader. Mr. Bruns has advised a range of global public and private clients, with particular expertise in technical accounting issues in the pharmaceutical, medical device and biotechnology industries.  In particular, Scott has significant experience with US SEC and international financial reporting standards, and assisting companies in the structuring and execution of public offerings, acquisitions, equity investments and joint ventures.
  • Mitchell Cohen has been
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