Ernst & Young Announces Omaha Office Leadership

Apr 26, 2001, 01:00 ET from Ernst & Young LLP

    OMAHA, Neb., April 26 /PRNewswire/ -- Professional services firm
 Ernst & Young LLP has announced the leadership of its newly opened Omaha
 office.  The Omaha leadership team is aligned by service area so as to provide
 the highest level of service to clients.  Phil Nemmers, an Ernst & Young
 veteran with over sixteen years information technology audit services
 experience, has been named Managing Partner of the new office.  Nemmers will
 lead the IS Audit and Security practice for the Nebraska marketplace and will
 work closely with Steve Minard, Director of IT Services for Nebraska.
     Rusty Goode will lead the office's Tax Consulting practice.  Cheryl
 Aldeman brings over twenty years experience to her role leading the internal
 audit practice.  Paul Vial will be responsible for the Entrepreneurial
 Services practice, which provides services to emerging and fast-growing
 companies.
     Ernst & Young's Omaha office opened April 20 and provides assurance and
 tax specialty services to growing companies.
 
     Ernst & Young, a global leader in professional services, helps clients to
 quickly and confidently make financial decisions designed to enhance value.
 Its 77,000 people in more than 130 countries have the industry and financial
 experience to provide fresh perspectives on operating in the new economy.
 Ernst & Young offers traditional audit and tax services, as well as customized
 services in corporate finance, online security, risk management, the valuation
 of intangibles and e-business acceleration.  In addition, legal services are
 available in various parts of the world where permitted.  A collection of
 Ernst & Young's latest ideas on the new economy can be found at
 http://www.ey.com/thoughtcenter
     Ernst & Young refers to the U.S. firm of Ernst & Young LLP and other
 members of the global Ernst & Young organization.
 
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    OMAHA, Neb., April 26 /PRNewswire/ -- Professional services firm
 Ernst & Young LLP has announced the leadership of its newly opened Omaha
 office.  The Omaha leadership team is aligned by service area so as to provide
 the highest level of service to clients.  Phil Nemmers, an Ernst & Young
 veteran with over sixteen years information technology audit services
 experience, has been named Managing Partner of the new office.  Nemmers will
 lead the IS Audit and Security practice for the Nebraska marketplace and will
 work closely with Steve Minard, Director of IT Services for Nebraska.
     Rusty Goode will lead the office's Tax Consulting practice.  Cheryl
 Aldeman brings over twenty years experience to her role leading the internal
 audit practice.  Paul Vial will be responsible for the Entrepreneurial
 Services practice, which provides services to emerging and fast-growing
 companies.
     Ernst & Young's Omaha office opened April 20 and provides assurance and
 tax specialty services to growing companies.
 
     Ernst & Young, a global leader in professional services, helps clients to
 quickly and confidently make financial decisions designed to enhance value.
 Its 77,000 people in more than 130 countries have the industry and financial
 experience to provide fresh perspectives on operating in the new economy.
 Ernst & Young offers traditional audit and tax services, as well as customized
 services in corporate finance, online security, risk management, the valuation
 of intangibles and e-business acceleration.  In addition, legal services are
 available in various parts of the world where permitted.  A collection of
 Ernst & Young's latest ideas on the new economy can be found at
 http://www.ey.com/thoughtcenter
     Ernst & Young refers to the U.S. firm of Ernst & Young LLP and other
 members of the global Ernst & Young organization.
 
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