New York (Dec. 16, 2003) — Big Four firm Ernst & Young and Mitchell & Titus, the nation’s largest minority-owned CPA firm, have forged an alliance to work together on client engagements, staff training, marketing, and recruiting and diversity efforts.

The two New York-based firms will go to the market together to pursue engagements in the telecom, real estate, nonprofit and government arenas, according to senior partner Laurence Charney, a member of E&Y’s Metro New York-area management team, who will oversee the alliance for Ernst & Young.

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