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Ernst & Young gets new Memphis partner; Wunderlich adds staff

Glenn Mitchell is taking over as the managing partner of Ernst & Young’s Memphis office from retiring partner Bill Drummond, effective July 1.

Drummond is retiring after more than 36 years with the accounting giant. As managing partner of the Memphis office, he has been responsible for managing Ernst & Young’s services and business relationships throughout the Memphis and West Tennessee areas

Meanwhile, Memphis-based Wunderlich Securities has added some new talent to its equity capital markets business and its private client group, several of whom recently worked at Morgan Keegan & Co. Inc.

Ted Cashion, Burton Milnor and Scott Poore have joined the private client group and Matt Hayden, William Kitchens and Jason Wangler have joined the equity capital markets side.

Cashion, Milnor, Poore, Hayden and Kitchens all come from various roles at Morgan Keegan.

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