EY to set up 1,000-seat Global Delivery Services centre in SL
Ernst & Young (EY) has signed a Board of Investment (BOI) agreement to set up a 1,000-seat Global Delivery Services centre in Sri Lanka.
The EY Global Delivery Services (EYGDS) will offer business and technology consulting and audit services anchored on advanced digital skills via the facility at the World Trade Centre with an initial investment of $ 3.4 million. BOI said EY GDS had ambitious growth plans to scale up to 1,000 professionals in Sri Lanka by 2025.
The agreement was signed by BOI Chairman Eng. Raja Edirisuriya, EY Sri Lanka Country Managing Partner Manil Jayesinghe and EY GDS Sri Lanka Operations Integration Leader Binoy Raj.
From technology consultants to qualified accountants, EY GDS offers various career opportunities that evolve with industry trends. In Sri Lanka, they will hire talent with next-gen and emerging technologies and skillsets including – Cloud, Big Data, AI /ML, Cyber, data and analytics and Chartered Accountants for this new centre.
Supported by over 60,000 professionals, in 18 cities across seven countries – including Argentina, China, India, Hungary, the Philippines, Poland, and the United Kingdom – EY GDS continues to increase its presence in key markets across the globe.
EY GDS plays a vital role in delivering the EY growth strategy. Over two decades, EY GDS has evolved to become a world-class, value-adding collaborator that helps EY and EY clients to grow, manage and transform their businesses.