- ‘Preparation now’ was the message for Melbourne’s Disability Services sector ahead of the Royal Commission
- Brisbane Disability Service providers gain insight into retaining good culture through the Royal Commission
- Sydney Disability Service providers prepare for Royal Commission at Grant Thornton roundtable
- Perth Disability sector armed with strategies to tackle challenges of Royal Commission
- Grant Thornton welcomes nine new Partners and Principals
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- Bronze Employer Status in the Australian Workplace Equality Index
- A boost to mid-size business is a boost for the Australian economy
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Grant Thornton is delighted to welcome seven Partners, two Principals and nine Directors to the leadership team as of 1 July, bringing the firm’s total Partner and Principal count to 176.
CEO Greg Keith said Grant Thornton invests heavily in the development of its future leaders.
“We are proud that over half of our new leaders started at Grant Thornton as graduates — a testament to our ability to attract and retain outstanding and diverse talent.
“We’ve tailored our support for our new Partners and Principals throughout their careers — including international secondments, flexible working arrangements, family friendly policies and industry participation. Our leaders are truly diverse with diverse career paths. They work hand-in-hand with clients, contribute to industry best practice, provide advice across cultures and give back through time and expertise on not-for-profit Boards.
“These promotions are in addition to the eight Partners added over the last 12 months, bolstering our offering and further cementing our position as a trusted advisor to mid-size businesses.
“With our clients at the centre, we continually adapt and grow in order to best address their evolving needs not only within traditional areas of accounting, but also business risk, human capital, performance improvement and supply chain optimisation,” Greg Keith said.
A warm welcome to:
- Crystel Gangemi – Audit & Assurance Partner, Melbourne
- Jace Gawne-Buckland – Private Advisory Partner, Melbourne
- Simon Gow – Private Advisory Partner, Perth
- Bei Bei Han – Private Advisory Partner, Melbourne
- John McInerney – Financial Advisory Partner, Sydney
- Derek Ng – Audit & Assurance Partner, Melbourne
- Mark Trewhella – Tax Partner, Perth
- Linda Farmer – Private Advisory Principal, Brisbane
- Pierre-Olivier Lavernge-Brossard – Financial Advisory Principal, Sydney
Find out more about our new Partners and Principals here.
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