- Grant Thornton Armenia announces exclusive partnership with Himnark
- Leadership progress for women stalls despite businesses taking more action than ever to increase gender diversity
- New leadership appointments in Grant Thornton Armenia
- Deliberate market focus drives solid growth for Grant Thornton
As part of its human capital advisory services strategy, Grant Thornton Armenia announces an exclusive partnership with Himnark, joining the market’s best advisory capability and technological solutions to bring the client’s HR management experience onto a whole new level.
Leadership progress for women stalls despite businesses taking more action than ever to increase gender diversity
78% of mid-market businesses globally are actively working on removing barriers to gender parity at senior levels according to the latest research from Grant Thornton’s International Business Report.
Year 2020 starts for Grant Thornton Armenia with changes in the governance and organizational structure that will serve to bring the firm’s new strategy and bold vision to life.
Grant Thornton International Ltd today announced global revenues of USD5.72 billion for the financial year ended 30 September 2019, up 5.1% on 2018. This result represents growth of 6.4% in constant currency terms.