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Nadine Mirchandani

EY Global Deputy Vice Chair, Strategy & TransactionsEY

Miami, FL

Member Since March 2024


As EY Global Deputy Vice Chair – Strategy and Transactions, Nadine brings 25 years of corporate strategy and M&A experience, advising clients as they reimagine their ecosystems, reshape their portfolios and reinvent themselves for a better future. Nadine focuses on long-term value creation and growth strategies, as well as complex corporate and private equity transactions. Within current role, Nadine drives market priorities, operational excellence and business results. Nadine also serves as an EY Senior Advisory Partner working closely in a leadership capacity with a Global Client Service Partner to oversee EY’s relationship and all our client work for a major global bank. Prior to her appointment as Deputy Vice Chair in 2020, Nadine was the Strategy and Transactions Managing Partner for EY Financial Services Organization (FSO) Americas, where she advised the financial services sector and provided growth services and results to that region. Nadine was also the EY Global TAS Wealth and Asset Management Sector Leader. Nadine is an advocate of bringing holistic and diverse answers to EY’s clients’ evolving business, strategy and transactions questions to create purpose-driven long-term value. She believes that great ideas come from diversity of thought and this mindset is demonstrated by Nadine’s commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, education, philanthropy and service. Specifically, Nadine spearheads and supports key initiatives within EY that are geared towards fostering and developing female leadership. Nadine is an established thought leader on the key qualities needed to lead successful transactions and corporate strategies. She has participated in podcasts with Mergermarket’s ‘Dealcast: M&A Tales’ and the London School of Economics ‘Focal Point’. Nadine is well-positioned to discuss a range of topics from the importance of fostering diverse talent to how M&A has evolved in an increasingly complex environment; why CEOs pursue divestments/carve outs to free up liquidity to invest in emerging technologies such as generative AI as well as the increased pressure for CEOs to prioritize sustainability initiatives.

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