BusinessCorporate FinanceGT serves as reporting accountant for Kea’s £6m AIM float

GT serves as reporting accountant for Kea's £6m AIM float

Kea successfully floats, with Grant Thornton as reporting accountants

The £6m flotation of Kea Petroleum saw
Grant
Thornton
act as its reporting accountants.

Kea is the third oil & gas company to raise more than £5m since June
2008.

“Kea’s successful IPO indicates that institutions do have an appetite for
credible AIM candidates with a strong growth story and this provides yet another
AIM-listed audit and tax client for the firm,” said GT finance partner Paul
Etherington.

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