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Grant Thornton congratulates all new Partners and Principal

Grant Thornton Australia welcomes the promotion of 12 new Partners one new Principal from July 1, bolstering its leadership team with a cohort of stand-out talent from across different service lines within the firm.

“Encouraging our people to grow and reach their full potential has always been one of our top priorities, and this year we are proud to have a sizeable group of promotions to Partner and Principal,” Greg Keith, CEO of Grant Thornton said. “We have always had a clear message internally, that we care about, support and nurture our people. This message is gaining momentum externally too as our clients have appreciated our focus on constructive relationships, all underpinned by our focus on quality and results.

“Every one of these promotions is well deserved as each new Partner and Principal has achieved outstanding results for our clients and as leaders within our teams, even in the face of the obstacles thrown at us by the pandemic.”

Congratulations to Grant Thornton’s newest additions to the Partnership:

This group of new Partners and a Principal is the largest Grant Thornton has seen in several years and is testament to the extraordinary standard of internal candidates, and a direct reflection of the investment the company has made in the development of its people.


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Daniel Farthing, Partner – Risk Consulting, said: “When I started with Grant Thornton a few years ago, we only had a handful of people with exposure to our cyber security and technology compliance service offerings. Fast forward 3 years, during which we have grown rapidly, and that number is closer to two dozen. So having the opportunity to expand on these services is really exciting for me and I look forward to further mentoring the team as we continue to grow.”

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Rebecca Iwanuscha, Partner – Specialist Tax, said: “At Grant Thornton the team supports, collaborates, and encourages each other and this flows on to our clients too. We foster authenticity and support our people to be themselves at work and in interactions with our clients, which means we can bring unique perspectives to everything we do. I believe this allows us to make genuine and trusted connections with our clients, and our people.”

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Tari Makanda, Partner – Audit & Assurance, said: “We add value to our clients through our extensive industry expertise together with providing ongoing learning opportunities for our teams. At Grant Thornton we have support systems in place to coach and inspire our people to be their best selves and to produce high quality outcomes for our clients.”

Over the last 12 months Grant Thornton has welcomed the following new Partners, both from internal promotions and externally – congratulations to them all once again. These appointments bring the total number of Partners in the firm to 165.

Introducing our new Partners and Principal
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