EY US makes six new senior tax hires in New York, Atlanta, Dallas and Chicago offices
Anne Buscaglia joins EY as an Executive Director with the Business Tax Advisory practice in New York. Prior to joining Morgan Stanley, she was Tax Director & Tax Counsel to General Motors Corporation, in which role she served as principal US tax advisor to its finance and treasury divisions.
Marja Lutsep returns to EY as an Executive Director with the International Tax Services practice in New York. Lutsep was previously an Executive Director with the Investment Products Tax group at Morgan Stanley, where for the past nine years she has provided tax support to the Morgan Stanley-sponsored real estate funds. Prior to Morgan Stanley, she spent nearly 10 years was with EY’s International Tax Services , where she developed a specialty in the international tax aspects of global real estate funds and REITs.
Scott McNerney rejoins EY’s Human Capital practice as an Executive Director in Atlanta. Bringing more than 20 years of experience, McNerney comes to EY from Deloitte Consulting LLP where he served as a Human Capital Specialist Leader for the past six years. He previously spent seven years with EY/Cap Gemini as a Partner and Vice President.
Scott Marvel joins the EY National Tax Department as an Executive Director in Dallas with the Business Tax Services focused on Tax Performance Advisory. Prior to EY, Marvel was a Partner and Chief Executive Officer at Kratos Group & Janus Consulting Partners, LLC. Previously, Marvel worked for Deloitte Consulting LLP and KPMG LLP.
Daniel J. Karnis joins Ernst & Young LLP as a partner with the National Tax Department – Business Tax Services, focused on Quantitative Services. Most recently, he served as Director in PwC’s Tax Projects Delivery Group where for 12 years he advised tech and financial services clients in the areas of domestic manufacturing deduction and research credit. He is based in Atlanta.
Veteran IRS Counsel attorney Robert (Bob) Ratchford has joined EY’s Tax Controversy and Risk Management Service (TCRMS) practice in the Chicago office. Ratchford has more than 30 years of tax controversy experience, most recently as Deputy Area Counsel, Strategic Litigation, for Large Business and International’s Retailers, Food, Transportation, and Healthcare Industries. For 20 years before that, he was Special Trial Attorney in the Office of Chief Counsel in Chicago where he assisted IRS examination teams in taxpayer audits and litigated cases in the U.S. Tax Court.