BusinessCorporate FinanceGrant Thornton reports 20% rise in revenues

Grant Thornton reports 20% rise in revenues

Grant Thornton International has reported full-year global fee income of $2.1bn (£1.1bn), a rise of 20% on last year's results.

The worldwide network’s performance was very strong in all regions of the world, the firm said. Member firms in the Americas and Asia grew at 24% with 20% revenue growth. In the Europe, Middle East & Africa region GT firms grew at 16% year on year.

David McDonnell, chief executive of Grant Thornton International, said: ‘These results show a continuing very strong performance by member firms around the world, even though it was a year which saw overall economic performance falter in some areas. The member firm in the US, the world’s major economy, showed outstanding growth with a 30% increase in revenues.’

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