- Grant Thornton grows in Estonia with merger
- Global survey finds businesses excessively dependent on domestic consumer spending
- Grant Thornton Hong Kong grows operations with Mabel Chan & Co. merger
- Grant Thornton grows global presence with Korea merger
- Global survey finds crisis of confidence as global business optimism hits three-year low
- Annual global survey finds senior business roles held by women up slightly to 24%
- Francesca Lagerberg to address global tax policy conference
- Grant Thornton reports global revenues of $4.6 billion
Grant Thornton today announced the addition of internal audit providers Interna OÜ in Estonia, joining Grant Thornton Baltic OÜ. The merger strengthens the firm’s capability in offering internal audit services to both public and private sector clients and in conducting audits in the Baltics.
A global survey by Grant Thornton of businesses in 36 economies reveals an uplift in the proportion of businesses worldwide expecting increased revenues over the coming 12 months.
Grant Thornton Hong Kong will expand client service capabilities through a merger with Mabel Chan & Co., which was announced today. The merged firm will continue to operate under the Grant Thornton name and will provide additional experience in audit, tax and advisory services -- specialising in risk management, taxation services, company secretarial services, IPO, forensic accounting and commercial fraud investigation.
Grant Thornton today announced the addition of Daejoo Accounting Corporation to its member firm operations in Korea. Dramatically increasing Grant Thornton's capability in the country by adding 70 partners and 500 additional staff
Global survey finds crisis of confidence as global business optimism hits three-year low
Annual global survey finds senior business roles held by women up slightly to 24%
Francesca Lagerberg, global leader for tax services at Grant Thornton International, will speak before the Global Tax Policy Conference in Dublin, 9-11 March on "The power of tax data who owns it and who can demand it?" The event is sponsored by the Harvard Kennedy School and the Irish Tax institute.
Grant Thornton today announced total combined global revenues of US$4.6bn for the financial year ended 30 September 2015.