Mark Weinberger – A History of Leadership in Business and Government

As Global Chairman and CEO-elect of Ernst & Young (EY), Mark Weinberger brings more than 25 years of relevant experience to his work, along with a distinguished record of public service. Appointed Global Chairman and CEO-elect in 2012, Weinberger will formally assume his duties in July 2013, the culmination of a lengthy tenure on EY’s Global Executive team. Prior to his appointment as Global Chairman and CEO-elect, he worked as global vice chair of tax, in which capacity he oversaw all aspects of the firm’s worldwide tax practice. Other roles Mark Weinberger has held at EY include Americas deputy vice chair of tax services and director of the US national tax practice, the latter of which he undertook following the merger of his law and legislative advisory firm, Washington Counsel, into EY in 2000.

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43rd US President George Bush (Photo: sebrenner)

Notable for his government work too, Mark Weinberger formerly served as President George W. Bush’s assistant secretary of the treasury for tax policy, chief of staff of President Bill Clinton’s Bipartisan Commission on Entitlement and Tax Reform, and chief tax and budget counsel for Missouri Senator John Danforth. He resides in the greater Washington, D.C., area.

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