PracticeAccounting FirmsGrant Thornton to advise on Wembley progress

Grant Thornton to advise on Wembley progress

Top ten firm Grant Thornton has been appointed to monitor the development of the new national stadium at Wembley, providing corporate governance, risk management, financial and commercial advice.

Link: Wembley: ‘most due diligent project ever’

The firm was appointed by Sport England, the Department for Culture, Media and Sport and the London Development Agency.

Grant Thornton has had a six-year association with Sport England, having advised on a number of projects including the construction of Manchester’s Commonwealth Stadium (now home to Manchester City FC), used as the centerpiece for last year’s highly successful Commonwealth Games.

Alongside construction industry consultants Knowles Capital Projects, Grant Thornton will act as advisers to the development of the new stadium on construction matters, ensuring that it is completed on time, by 2006.

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