In a world that wants more options for high quality audit, tax and advisory services, the combination of our purpose, culture, brand, market focus and attitude towards quality enables our member firms to stand out in the market and to grow sustainably in today’s rapidly changing environment.
We are always seeking conversations with ambitious, progressive individuals and firms who want to develop their international business connections. Individuals like you. Firms like yours. Because working together will bring benefits to you - and to our member firms, their clients and people.
Why join Grant Thornton?
Share in our entrepreneurial spirit – and thrive from being given the space to grow.
Access the deep knowledge of service line, industry and other specialists in member firms around the world who believe in going beyond business as usual for their clients and colleagues and are committed to working internationally. This simple, client-focused approach means we have a world-class client loyalty rating*.
Be part of a globally recognised and respected brand and enjoy an open, welcoming culture where people care about their clients, colleagues and communities and different perspectives are encouraged and valued.
Benefit from the network’s extensive support and resources. From common global methodologies, tools and training (including our new multi-million dollar audit platform and methodology) to award-winning leadership and coaching programmes.
Share our commitment to excellence and our aim to be the most valued network in our profession, not the biggest.
" Our network strategy is laser focused on growing and protecting our international business. Everything we do will be aligned around this goal and making sure we have the right infrastructure to deliver it."
- Peter Bodin, CEO, Grant Thornton International Ltd.
* As measured by Net Promoter Score, the likelihood of Grant Thornton clients internationally to recommend Grant Thornton to others. Clients have consistently rated their experience as ‘world class’ for the past five years, relative to external benchmarks.