Ernst & Young’s leaders fired the starting gun Thursday on a monthslong plan to split its consulting and auditing businesses, in a radical move that will generate windfalls for the firm’s partners and could upend the business model for accounting firms.

“This is something that will change the industry,” Carmine Di Sibio, EY’s global chairman and chief executive, said in an interview.

This post first appeared on wsj.com

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