• Foreign investors still wary of challenges facing mining projects in Africa

    Global economy in 2014

    How has the outlook for the global economy changed from this time last year? What impact will this have on business growth prospects around the world? Will this translate into more hiring and higher salaries? Drawing on data and insight from the Grant Thornton International Business Report (IBR), the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) and the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the Global economy in 2014 answers these questions and more.

    International Business Report
  • The Thoughts of Chairmen Now

    In a remarkable series of candid conversations, diverse leaders discuss the challenges as China rebalances following 30 years of high-octane growth.  Added research and analysis, informed by our extensive China experience, yields unique insights for achieving sustained business success in this shifting landscape.

    The Thoughts of Chairmen Now
  • Hotel investment 2014: finance on a different level

    Hotel investment 2014: finance on a different level

    The financial crisis has given birth to a superior environment for hotel finance. Lenders learning from past mistakes have undergone significant changes and are ramping up their levels of sophistication. The report outlines key elements hotel businesses need in their proposals to attract funding and finance in this new environment.

    Hotel investment 2014: finance on a different level
  • Foreign investors still wary of challenges facing mining projects in Africa

    "While foreign investors are reticent to invest in Africa, there is massive opportunity for mining throughout the continent, and as infrastructure grows, so mining will grow" says Lauren Patlansky, managing director of Grant Thornton's Asia business services.

    Foreign investors still wary of challenges facing mining projects in Africa

Press room

3 April 2014
Grant Thornton welcomes European Parliament plenary approval of European audit
market reforms

The reforms will substantially address investor concerns over auditor communication, long tenure, and excessive volume of non-audit services.

20 March 2014
Ed Nusbaum appointed to a second term as global CEO of Grant Thornton
Since 2010, Ed Nusbaum has helped lead Grant Thornton to be the lead global accounting organisation in terms of revenue growth for the last two years.

17 March 2014
Grant Thornton awarded 'Best managed international firm'
The Managing Partners' Forum, a professional body that celebrates the value of leadership and management excellence, has named Grant Thornton 'Best managed international firm.'

7 March 2014
Support for quotas grows as proportion of women in senior business roles

The proportion of women in senior management roles has stagnated at 24% leading to questions around what governments and businesses should do.

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