WSJ News Exclusive | Accounting firm EY scuffles with partner Pay, bear market in breakup

Ernst & Young leaders trying to persuade partners to split the firmSaid Unexpectedly will be spread evenly, but according to an internal webcast and people familiar with the matter, a bear market threatens to cut the value of a potential initial public offering of its consulting business.

Speaking to EY’s nearly 13,000 partners on Monday, the Global President and Chief Executive carmine di sibio According to a recording of the webcast, reviewed by The Wall Street Journal, said the firm would pay equal pay to all partners in a country.