- Peter Bodin appointed as Chair for IMPACT2030
- Grant Thornton grows in the Dutch Caribbean
- Changes to Grant Thornton in Austria
- Business optimism softens as economic cycle comes off peak
- Grant Thornton concludes integration discussions in South Africa
- Grant Thornton completes significant expansion in Japan
- Statement from Grant Thornton International Ltd
- Global business optimism creates peak investment conditions
- IASB issues a revised ‘Conceptual Framework for Financial Reporting’
- Zero tolerance for any form of harassment
- Gender balance in senior leadership roles remains elusive
- SizweNtsalubaGobodo joins Grant Thornton network
- Ethnic diversity low on the agenda for businesses globally
- New global CEO takes office
As IMPACT2030 host its global summit at the United Nations Headquarters in New York, it announced the appointment of Peter Bodin, Grant Thornton global CEO, as its new chair of the board.
Grant Thornton today announces a significant expansion in the Dutch Caribbean, with the addition of offices in Aruba, Bonaire, Curaçao and St. Maarten, effective 1 August.
Grant Thornton Unitreu GmbH, our member firm in Austria, is demerging with the partner group led by Dr. Walter Platzer, effective 1 August 2018, and instead will merge with IBD Austria to create a new member firm, Grant Thornton Austria GmbH.
Businesses leaders globally are less optimistic about the economic outlook, despite continuing rises in expected revenues, indicating that the global economic cycle may have peaked - reveals the latest research from Grant Thornton’s international business report (IBR).
Discussions between the separate Grant Thornton member firms in South Africa regarding integration with SNG Grant Thornton have now concluded.
Grant Thornton International has concluded its investigation into allegations of sexual harassment against a former director of the Johannesburg member firm in South Africa.
Global survey finds business optimism has reached an all-time high, meaning now may be the time to invest.
Grant Thornton International Ltd (GTIL) is aware of certain claims of sexual harassment against a former director of the Johannesburg member firm in South Africa.
The International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) has published a revised ‘Conceptual Framework for Financial Reporting’ (Conceptual Framework).
The transaction adds 200 new audit staff and a 700 person tax company to the network, in addition to on-going discussions to agree a business alliance with one of Japan’s leading Consulting firms.