SCOTT BARNES has been reappointed as chief executive of Grant Thornton UK for a second term.
Barnes (pictured) is targeting revenue of £500m by 2015, through the organic growth and the acquisition of specialist businesses.
“The Grant Thornton partners have given their full support to the plan and targets I have laid out for the next three years,” Barnes said.
He was appointed CEO in 2008 and led the restructure of the firm during the downturn.
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