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Grant Thornton’s revenue growth of 9.4% in 2018

Grant Thornton Releases its Global Results and Announces Record-breaking Revenue Growth of 9.4% in 2018.

Grant Thornton, the global organization, whose member firms include Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton, published its global results on January 9, 2019 and announced record-breaking revenues of US$5.45B for the fiscal year ended September 30, 2018.

Highlights of the results of the global organization’s member firms are presented below:

  • The global organization recorded growth of 9.4%, the highest in six years.
  • The number of people grew by 6.3% to 52,686 professionals in over 130 countries.
  • The Americas are the largest market with revenues of US$2.5B, followed by Europe with US$1.75B.

Peter Bodin, President and CEO of Grant Thornton International Limited stated: “Despite growing uncertainty in many markets this year from political upheaval and rising trade tensions, Grant Thornton’s robust growth is a solid basis for the next-generation professional services organization.”

Emilio B. Imbriglio, President and CEO of Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton, congratulated the global organization’s member firms for their leadership and mentioned his pride in the 2,500 professionals of Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton whose efforts contribute to these positive results.

He stated: “Our firm is the fourth largest accounting firm in the global organization and is very pleased to contribute to this international success. Our firm’s integrated service offering as well as Grant Thornton’s worldwide network allow us to support local businesses in their growth, on national or international stage. We will maintain our leadership role in this successful global organization dedicated to supporting the growth of businesses around the world while continuing to offer high quality services to our valued clients who have placed their trust in us for 70 years.”

Read the press release announcing the 2018 results of the Grant Thornton global organization.

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