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

named Global Life Sciences Tax Services Leader.  Mr. Cohen's extensive experience serving life sciences companies includes corporate and partnership taxation, transaction tax strategy and planning, tax risk and compliance and research tax credits, as well as the tax processes, systems and accounting methods specific to the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device industries. Mr. Cohen also presently serves as tax coordinating partner for several leading global pharmaceutical clients of Ernst & Young LLP in the US.
  • Jeffrey Greene will continue to serve as Global Life Sciences Transactions Advisory Services Leader, supporting EY firm clients on a variety of divestitures, acquisitions, financings and restructurings. A highly-knowledgeable advisor in the areas of strategic valuation, portfolio management, solvency, and performance measurement, Mr. Greene's prior roles include EY Global Vice Chair—Corporate Finance, Director, Corporate Finance and Valuation for Ernst & Young LLP, and EY Americas Markets Leader for Divestitures.
  • Kimberly Ramko has been appointed Global Life Science Advisory Services Leader. In this role Ms. Ramko will focus on service innovation, alliance management, and helping to implement large, complex business transformations. Kim will continue in her role as EY Americas Advisory Life Sciences Industry Sector Leader. Ms. Ramko has extensive consulting experience with life sciences companies focused in the areas of business intelligence and analytics, health informatics, commercial operations and master data management.
  • "I am thrilled to announce this new investment in talent and leadership for the Global Life Sciences Center, which builds upon our existing strengths and the exceptional professionals serving our clients today," said Glen Giovannetti, EY Global Life Sciences Leader. "Life sciences companie
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