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About global tax
Ambitious organisations need to consider their tax affairs carefully to gain trust and stay ahead of their competitors.
At Grant Thornton, tax is a key part of our organisation and our award-winning teams can offer you a range of solutions, whatever the size of your business or the challenges you’re facing.
Using a combination of reason and instinct, we can work with you to develop a strategy that helps you both understand and manage your tax liability in a transparent and ethical way.
How we work
Whether you’re a medium-sized dynamic business or a multinational company, we offer one-to-one access to senior tax people across the globe. Our teams listen closely to your needs and respond quickly with insightful solutions.
As a major global accounting organisation, we can provide the benefits of working with a respected global organisation but we still maintain an in-depth local knowledge of the countries in which we operate.
Across our global organisation of more than 130 member firms, our people work towards a common goal – setting Grant Thornton apart from the crowd through rigour and technical excellence.
As well as having skills and experience in tax consulting and compliance, our teams can support you in the following areas:
- corporate and business tax
- direct international tax
- global mobility services
- indirect international tax
- private client services
- tax policy
- transfer pricing.
Why tax matters
Across the globe, companies’ tax affairs are facing increasing scrutiny from regulators, communities and clients. At the same time, bodies such as The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) are working on rules to change the way international business structures work.
Successful organisations need a proactive approach to tax to show how they are meeting their obligations. A positive tax strategy can also increase your reputation for openness and transparency among clients and communities, helping your business unlock its potential for growth.
Global head of tax