CHICAGO — Grant Thornton LLP, one of America’s largest audit, tax and advisory firms, has admitted 43 new partners and principals and promoted 32 professionals to managing director. These appointments and promotions are effective August 1.
Seth Siegel, CEO of Grant Thornton, says the newly promoted leaders represent the firm’s commitment to advancing diverse and highly skilled professionals who can support its business strategy and continue its strong momentum.
“Our new partners, principals and managing directors will help drive the integrated and personalized services our clients require in a complex and fast-changing business environment,” Siegel said. “These leaders and all of our Grant Thornton teammates are acting as one to deliver quality and value to every client.”
By service line, Audit accounts for the largest number of promotions (40%), followed by Tax (28%), Advisory (28%), and Internal Services (4%).
*Promoted earlier in 2023 with approval from Grant Thornton leadership.
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