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GT break away group forms advisory business

"We see this move as a natural evolution," former GT employees claim

A team of three from accountants Grant Thornton have left to establish a new
advisory firm.

Thomas Dey, Richard Gray and Sachin Dosani left the organisation to set up a
the new business which will specialise in buying and selling intellectual
property,
broadcastnow.co.uk
reports
.

“We see this move as a natural evolution in order to service an increasingly
international buyer and seller market, and look forward to delivering more
exciting deals,” Dey said.

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