PracticeAuditACCA’s Almond rejoins GT as new head of assurance

ACCA’s Almond rejoins GT as new head of assurance

Sue Almond replaces Mark Cardiff as head of assurance, rejoining Grant Thornton following a stint at ACCA

ACCA’s Almond rejoins GT as new head of assurance

GRANT THORNTON has appointed Sue Almond as head of assurance, with immediate effect.

Almond rejoins the firm following a career in the audit and assurance profession, having spent moe than 20 years with Grant Thornton previously (1988-2009).

She takes over the role from Mark Cardiff, who is taking on the new position of head of practice development, focused on project implementation.

Almond joins from ACCA, where she most recently led the association’s external affairs programme. She will be based in the firm’s London office.

Paul Etherington, quality and professional affairs leader at Grant Thornton, commented: “Sue’s considerable experience, coupled with her dynamic skill sets and unwavering professionalism, go right to the heart of what Grant Thornton stands for and we look forward to welcoming her back to the firm.”

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