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Ernst & Young names new consulting chief

Terry Ozan replaces retiring Roger Nelson.

Professional services firm Ernst & Young today named Terry Ozan chief executive of the firm's consulting practice.

Ozan, a 29-year veteran of Ernst & Young, replaces Roger Nelson, who led the company for eight years and is retiring on October 1.

Ozan, 53, will be responsible for the company's $4 billion, 19,000-person global consulting organization.

Over the last eight years, Ozan has worked with the international consulting organization on the Global Management Consulting Executive Committee and as a board member on the European and Asia/Pacific Global Client Consulting Groups.