BritishAmerican Business (BAB) Welcomes Bridget Walsh, EY Global Head of Transaction Tax, to Board of Directors Executive Committee Role
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6 March 2019
London/New York – BritishAmerican Business today announced the appointment of Bridget Walsh, EY Global Head of Transaction Tax, to its Executive Committee effective immediately.
Duncan Edwards, CEO, BritishAmerican Business said:
“We are delighted to welcome Bridget to our Executive Committee at an important time for BAB and for the Transatlantic economy which we represent. Bridget’s deep experience of the transatlantic trade and investment environment, her professional expertise and her extensive range of contacts will undoubtedly bring a much valued and welcome voice to the table.
Bridget’s appointment complements the skills and experience of our existing Committee members, and I have every confidence that they will continue to provide valuable perspectives and guidance as we execute our strategy and enhance value for our members.”
Bridget is EY Global Head of Transaction Tax, and is a long-time supporter of BAB, most recently serving as a Director to the BAB Board of Directors. She said:
“I am delighted to join BAB’s Executive Committee. During my time as a Board Director, I have been extremely impressed by the quality of thought leadership research and political advocacy generated by the organization, which aligns well with the work we do at EY. With member firms in the US and UK – totaling 64,000 employees combined – EY, a proud member of BAB, is well-placed to provide companies strategic insights on key issues impacting business on both sides of the Atlantic. I look forward to our continued collaboration as we seek to build trust in the capital markets and further EY’s purpose of building a better working world.”
About BritishAmerican Business
BritishAmerican Business (BAB) is an exclusive members’ organization; we create networking opportunities for our members, which often lead to business opportunities, through the events and programming that we run. As a policy and advocacy organization we are the voice of transatlantic business; we support policies and action that will protect and enhance the environment for trade and investment between the US and UK.
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