- Grant Thornton expands in Johor Bahru
- Grant Thornton MSW celebrates grand opening
- 2019 Budget – Many Facets Than Just New Taxes
- Grant Thornton celebrates key milestones
- Malaysian business confidence surges ahead
- IRB should consider Tax Amnesty instead of much Higher Penalties
- More businesses have women in senior leadership
- EXCO Led by Grant Thornton Malaysia to Operate SSER
- Business optimism in Malaysia is at 52% in Q2
Grant Thornton MSW (formerly known as M.S. Wong & Co.) celebrated its grand opening last week.
Much has been written both in the print and IT media on the forthcoming 2019 Budget. Lots of comments, considerations and speculations have been made of the possible new taxes and their pros and cons.
Grant Thornton Malaysia strengthens its presence in the Southern region with the merger of its operations in Johor Bahru with M.S. Wong & Co. The new establishment will be known as Grant Thornton MSW, effective 1st September 2018.
Grant Thornton International Business Report (IBR) reveals that the business optimism in Malaysia has leapt 24pp to net 52% at the end of Q2 2018, as compared to 28% in Q1. This near doubling in business optimism is the highest recorded among ASEAN countries.
The Finance Ministry Has Appointed A New Chairman And An Executive Committee (EXCO) Led By An Accounting Firm, Grant Thornton Malaysia To Operate SSER
In Malaysia, 80% of businesses now have at least one women on the senior management team. The percentage of women in senior management has increased from 24% in 2017 to 28% in 2018 and this has been the highest since 2011 (31%).
Optimism level in Malaysia rose to six per cent, the highest level since 2014, a vast improvement compared to a year ago (-36 per cent)
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.