Moses Awe is a Partner of Ernst & Young. He is returning to the San Francisco office after serving an overseas assignment as Managing Partner of Markets for Ernst & Young Korea.
As the Managing Partner of Markets for Ernst & Young Korea, Moses led client-serving activities across industry sectors, and had a pivotal role in helping our client-serving teams deliver on our promise to provide seamless, consistent, high-quality client service in Korea and the Far East Area. This included working with our Assurance, Tax, Transactions, and Advisory practitioners in addressing the issues facing global, regional, and national companies. In addition, Moses worked closely with the Ernst & Young People and Quality & Risk Management teams in developing a learning, mobility, and quality culture, and programs to support our client-serving teams.
While previously based in San Francisco, Moses served as the Market Tax Leader. He also served as the Retail & Consumer Products Industry Tax Leader, and as an Advisory Partner for the Oil & Gas and Chemical industry sectors as part of Ernst & Young’s National Office in Washington D.C.
Moses has over 28 years of experience addressing the increasingly complex business needs of US and Global Fortune 500 companies. He has significant experience addressing mergers & acquisitions, cost accounting and inventory valuations, research & development, and international taxes, with special emphasis on delivering innovative business solutions in the area of Supply Chain Management. Moses also has extensive experience in accounting and financial reporting of tax matters under US GAAP and IFRS (International Financial Reporting Standards).
Moses is a graduate of Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio. He previously served as a member of the Advisory Council of Case Weatherhead School of Management, and is a recipient of the Beta Alpha Psi Outstanding Alumnus Award. Moses is a Certified Public Accountant licensed in Ohio, Pennsylvania, and California, USA.
Moses was a member of the Board and served as the Chief Financial Officer of the United Way of the Bay Area in San Francisco, as part of his commitment to serving the larger community for Corporate Social Responsibility.