2 new female tax partners at EY MENA
EY has announced the admission of 20 new partners to its service lines and industry sectors across the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region, bringing the total number of partners in the MENA practice to 218.
There are two new female tax partners:
Heba Wadie, an Egyptian national, has been promoted to partner in the Egypt Tax practice. Ms Wadie focuses on transaction tax and international tax.
Esraa Albuti, a Saudi national, has been promoted to partner in the Saudi Tax practice. Ms Albuti works with large multinational and Middle East family groups, assisting them structure their Saudi inbound and outbound investments in a tax efficient manner.
“I am truly proud to see the number of female partners at EY grow each year, it is a testament to our commitment to advance gender equality and create more inclusive boardrooms. To now have several female MENA nationals among the ranks of the leadership team, driving our vision and values, is an honor. I look forward to seeing how their contributions change our industry for the better,” commented Abdulaziz Al-Sowailim, MENA Chairman and CEO.
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