- Grant Thornton named one of Top 50 Most Attractive Employers in Asia Pacific
- Real estate & construction global opportunities & impact of GST to the Malaysian property industry
- GST Orders and Regulations Gazetted
- Grant Thornton named 'Best managed international firm'
- Malaysian businesses in support of more women on boards of large listed companies
- Malaysian businesses cautiously optimistic
Grant Thornton has been awarded 'Employer of the Year' at an award ceremony in London hosted by the International Accounting Bulletin.
A survey of more than 87,000 students from across Asia Pacific named Grant Thornton as one of the top 50 most attractive employers. The survey was conducted as part of the Universum Annual Student Survey.
The recovery in the real estate and construction sector is picking up pace. Results from our Q2 International Business Report (IBR) not only show a sharp increase in revenue expectations globally but also that businesses around the world are investing in productivity to unlock the growth potential in their operations.
Following the Royal Assent of the GST Act, the Federal Government of Malaysia now gazetted a number of Goods and Services Tax (“GST”) Orders and Regulations which came into operation on 1 July 2014.
The Managing Partners' Forum, a professional body that celebrates the value of leadership and management excellence, has named Grant Thornton 'Best managed international firm.' Judged by an independent panel of subject matter experts, the award recognises the strength of Grant Thornton’s global strategy and leadership, which has enabled Grant Thornton to lead the major global accounting networks in revenue growth for the last two years.
New research from Grant Thornton’s International Business Report (IBR) reveals that businesses in Malaysia are cautiously optimistic about the economic outlook for 2014. Results from the survey carried out in early December 2013, shows that optimism level has risen from 12% last year to 20%, an increase of 8 percentage points.
New research from the Grant Thornton International Business Report (IBR) reveals that support for the introduction of quotas to get more women on boards is growing. Globally, close to one in two business leaders (45%) would like to see quotas for the numbers of women on the boards of large listed companies.