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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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Statement in response to the publication by NISRA of the latest edition of the Northern Ireland Construction Bulletin

Robert Gibson, Audit and Assurance Director at leading business advisory firm Grant Thornton Northern Ireland

Commenting on the Construction Output Statistics, Robert Gibson, Audit and Assurance Director at leading business advisory firm Grant Thornton Northern Ireland, said: “Following a subdued start to the year, the volume of activity in the local construction sector during the second quarter returned to levels similar to 2017. “Although the total volume of work in…

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Major investment by Grant Thornton with 48 new jobs

Des Gartland, Invest NI, and Richard Gillan of Grant Thornton annouce a £4 investment into Grant Thornton NI.

Grant Thornton has announced it is creating a further 48 new jobs in a £4 million investment in its Northern Ireland operation. Des Gartland, Executive Director of Regional Business, Invest Northern Ireland said: “Grant Thornton is one of the world’s leading assurance, tax and advisory firms. This latest investment in the Northern Ireland operation is…

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‘No Deal’ Brexit: Grant Thronton responds to UK Government preparation guides

Grant Thornton, Brexit

In light of the publication by the UK Government of the first tranche of guides on preparing for a ‘No Deal’ Brexit, Peter Legge, Tax Partner at leading business advisory firm Grant Thornton Northern Ireland, said: “Brexit is an opportunity to look at your organisation and review operations and strategy.  Businesses need to start planning…

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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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Fourth Grant Thornton Runway Run is a runaway success

The Grant Thornton Runway Run, which took place last night (Thursday 21 June), was a runaway success for the 600 participants who completed the 5k team race on the runway of George Best Belfast City Airport shortly after 11pm.

The Grant Thornton Runway Run, which took place last night (Thursday 21 June), was a runaway success for the 600 participants who completed the 5k team race on the runway of George Best Belfast City Airport shortly after 11pm. This is the fourth consecutive year of the leading business advisory firm’s event which sees teams…

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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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