- Business optimism in Malaysia lowest in ASEAN at -36%
- Grant Thornton celebrates key milestones
- Grant Thornton reports record global revenues of $4.8 billion
- Malaysia has the least senior business roles held by women in ASEAN at 24%
- IRB should consider Tax Amnesty instead of much Higher Penalties
Grant Thornton celebrates key milestones. SJ Grant Thornton is now known as Grant Thornton Malaysia with over 700 people strong. New global CEO Peter Bodin takes office, global revenues pass USD5 billion and network grows to 50,000 people
The recent announcement by the Director General (DG) of Inland Revenue Board (IRB), Datuk Sabin Samitah, to enforce harsher penalties for income tax dodgers signals the intention of the IRB on going after chronic or hardcore tax defaulters.
Global survey finds Malaysia with the least senior business roles held by women in ASEAN at 24%
Globally, business optimism at the end of Q4 2016 stands at net 38%. This is an increase of 5pp from Q3 and the highest level since Q3 2015.
Grant Thornton today announced total combined record global revenues of US$4.8bn for the financial year ended 30 September 2016.