Thanks for the posting - its not TAS but AS. I got the impression that TAS do M&A work but AS (Advisory Services) is the new consulting group. The way it was explained to me is that EY are going to Business Improvement, Programme Turnaround etc. work. TAS is more related to M&A finance etc.
Thanks for the link - is it particularly worse for women at EY or is it typical for merger firms and consultants in general? I think you are right that there are a lot of wanna-be consulting initiatives kicking off there now due to the non-compete being over.