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Grant Thornton – Businesses must not take foot off ‘Brexit preparation’ pedal

GRANT THORNTON: BUSINESSES MUST NOT TAKE FOOT OFF ‘BREXIT PREPARATION’ PEDAL

Companies must not slow down their preparations for Brexit, despite progress in negotiations between the UK and EU, leading business advisory firm Grant Thornton has warned. Peter Legge, Tax Partner at the firm’s offices in Belfast said: “The recent acceptance of a draft withdrawal agreement by the EU-member states has provided businesses with a greater…

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Grant Thornton comments on Size and Performance of the Northern Ireland Food and Drinks Processing Sector data

Charlie Kerlin, Grant Thornton NI

Commenting on the Size and Performance of the Northern Ireland Food and Drinks Processing Sector statistics, published by the Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs (DAERA), Charlie Kerlin, Head of Agri Food at leading business advisory firm Grant Thornton Northern Ireland, said: “The data provides welcome reading for the food and drinks processing sector,…

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Grant Thornton comments on Northern Ireland Construction Bulletin Q1 2018

NISRA Northern Ireland Construction Bulletin

Commenting on the Northern Ireland Construction Bulletin Q1 2018, Robert Gibson, Audit and Assurance Director at leading business advisory firm Grant Thornton Northern Ireland, said: “The latest Northern Ireland Construction Bulletin shows that the sector got off to a slow start in the first quarter of 2018, following four quarters of relative consistency. “The total…

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Why a Brexit ‘no deal’ may contain as many opportunities as risks

As negotiations around the UK’s exit from the European Union intensify, Peter Legge, Tax Partner at Grant Thornton NI, addressed the recent Irish International Business Network in New York on why firms should be just as aware of the opportunities posed by Brexit, as of the associated risks. Forecasts on how the Northern Ireland economy…

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Grant Thornton joins Simon Community in race to tackle homelessness

Grant Thornton joins Simon Community in race to tackle homelessness

The Simon Community NI has been selected as the charity partner for the 2018 Grant Thornton Runway Run. The charity, which works to help the thousands of people recognised as homeless or who are facing homelessness across Northern Ireland, will join the leading business advisory firm at the popular event which is returning to George…

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Grant Thornton: Statement in response to the Northern Ireland Construction Bulletin

NISRA Northern Ireland Construction Bulletin

Statement in response to the publication by NISRA of the latest edition of the Northern Ireland Construction Bulletin Commenting on the Northern Ireland Construction Bulletin, Neal Taylor, Audit Partner at leading business advisory firm Grant Thornton Northern Ireland, said: “The latest Northern Ireland Construction Bulletin, which shows that the level of work carried out in…

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Grant Thornton Runway Run takes off with a water cannon salute

The 2018 Grant Thornton Runway Run has been launched in ceremonial style with a water cannon salute signalling that entries are open for the fourth year the ever-popular event. Launching the 5k team race is, front centre, radio presenter Pete Snodden, who will provide commentary on the night, with Grant Thornton’s Partner team, from left, Neal Taylor, Peter Legge, Managing Partner Richard Gillan, Patrick Gallen and Louise Kelly. Around 600 runners from businesses across all sectors will take to the runway at 11pm for the run on Thursday 21 June for which Grant Thornton has selected the Simon Community as its charity partner. To register and to view full terms and conditions, please visit www.grantthorntonni.com/runway-run.

The 2018 Grant Thornton Runway Run has been launched in ceremonial style with a water cannon salute signalling that entries are open for the ever-popular event. The Airport Fire appliances will return to the runway at George Best Belfast City Airport to repeat the eye-catching tradition for the start of the run on Thursday 21…

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Further expansion plans in pipeline as Grant Thornton announces new department

Grant Thornton has revealed further growth plans for its Belfast office with the appointment of Patrick Gallen as new Partner. Patrick, pictured left with Richard Gillan, Managing Partner of Grant Thornton Northern Ireland, will head up the leading business advisory firm’s new People and Change Consulting practice, which will provide support for businesses in strategic workforce planning and the delivery of effective training. Specialising in delivering behavioural change through capability building, Patrick has over 28 years’ experience in developing People and Organisation businesses on a UK and global scale.

  Grant Thornton today revealed further growth plans for its Belfast office as it announced the appointment of Patrick Gallen as a Partner. Patrick will head up Grant Thornton’s new People and Change Consulting practice, which will provide support for businesses in strategic workforce planning and the delivery of effective training. Specialising in delivering behavioural…

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