Partner, Ernst & Young
Bushra Sayed-Ganguly is a partner in the banking and capital markets tax practice at Ernst & Young. She has 23 years of experience across a broad range of cross-border matters in North America, Asia and Europe, providing leadership, tax planning and transactions advice at large, global financial corporations and public accounting firms. Her focus is on the financial services space, including but not limited to domestic and international banks, fintech, asset management and insurance.
Bushra advises on aspects of federal taxation including acquisitions, mergers, reorganizations, IPO readiness, regulatory advice, international tax planning and financial reporting. Within transactions she focuses on due diligence, integration, tax reporting and planning. Her deal experience includes due diligence projects for domestic and multi-national targets involving stand-alone, carve-out, start-up, distressed and roll-up transactions. She has advised clients on transaction structure and tax modeling.
Prior to Ernst & Young, Bushra worked at KPMG, State Street Corporation, Prudential Financial and Arthur Anderson LLP. She is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) licensed in the states of Delaware, New York and California, a member of the AICPA, and received a B.A. in Accounting from Fairleigh Dickenson University in Madison, New Jersey.
An active member of neighborhood mutual aid organizations in New York City, Bushra’s volunteer engagements started 15 years ago and extends across food security, elder care, women’s health, anti-poverty, education and workforce development. She lives in Harlem, NYC with her husband, Surya, a nonprofit executive, Borisyeltsin the feral cat, and Bijli-Jean, a very social dog originally from Georgia.