- GST amendments in the budget - a damp squib!
- Grant Thornton named one of the 50 'World’s Most Attractive Global Employers'
- Business leaders base expansion decisions on gut 'feel'
- Grant Thornton named ‘Employer of the Year’ by IAB
- Lifetime Achievement Award
- Grant Thornton wins award for best leadership development programme
- Malaysian businesses are less optimistic – Government boost needed.
- Global survey finds drop in women in senior management
Dato’ NK Jasani was bestowed the Lifetime Achievement Award by ICAEW – KL City Chapter Malaysia recently. The award is a recognition and honour to Dato’ Jasani who has made significant contributions to the Accountancy profession in Malaysia.
For the second consecutive year, Grant Thornton has been named global 'Employer of the Year' by the International Accounting Bulletin (IAB).
GST amendments in the Budget 2016. At first glance the Appendices to the Finance Bill appear thin on GST. Instead, what do we have?
Ahead of International Women’s Day this Sunday, an annual survey from Grant Thornton reveals that the proportion of business leadership roles held by women around the world has dropped. Globally, 22% of senior roles held by women is slightly up from 2004 (19%) but down from 24% last year, highlighting broad stagnation.
A survey of more than 240,000 business and engineering students from 12 of the world’s largest economies named Grant Thornton one of the 50 'World’s most attractive global employers'. The survey was conducted as part of the Universum Annual Student Survey.
Business leaders in the emerging Asia-Pacific region are more than willing to admit the role that gut feel or more correctly called – instinct, can play in their decisions, according to new research from Grant Thornton's International Business Report (IBR).
The Managing Partners' Forum, a professional body that celebrates the value of leadership and management excellence, has named Grant Thornton as having the Best Programme for Leadership Development at its 2015 awards.
New research from the Grant Thornton International Business Report (IBR) reveals that while business confidence climbed to levels not seen since before the financial crisis, a recent spate of uncertainty is weighing on growth prospects for the year ahead.