Firm's partners files defamation counterclaim against Vincent Tchenguiz and rejects allegations it conspired against the property mogul
Editor Kevin Reed talks about the week’s top accounting topics: the Election result; and Grant Thornton’s proposed move towards a John Lewis-style shared ownership model
BDO leads overall AIM audit market, while PwC retains its FTSE AIM 100 crown with 31 clients
Sacha Romanovitch focused on turning Grant Thornton into the "go-to firm for growth, building on our position to help influence and shape a vibrant economy"
A new leader at Grant Thornton, and a more democratic ownership structure looms. Partners will be fine with the change - as long as their pay doesn't change in the wrong direction
In a radical departure from the traditional partner owned and run structure - which dominates the professional services model - a shared enterprise structure enables the Top Five firm to become a firm run by all its people
Welter of financial and market issues sees Carcraft collapse. Assets to be realised as no buyer comes forward
PwC steps down as auditor to look into further work with Rosslyn, with Grant Thornton taking on the audit role
Mutual lender files claim against Grant Thornton for 'breach of contract, negligence and breach of statutory services'
KPMG emerges as top FTSE 250 auditor after knocking Deloitte off number one spot having secured an extra four clients to take it to 72 firms