Nichole Jordan focuses on helping clients achieve their most critical business goals, based on a deep understanding of their needs and future aspirations. As national managing partner of Markets, Clients & Industry at Grant Thornton LLP, she leads the firm’s strategic client portfolio of over 1,000 public and private client relationships. Jordan chairs the Growth Committee, a leadership team that develops and executes the growth strategy through the use of technology, predictive analytics, data analysis, digital labor, trend monitoring and other leading-edge tools. Jordan sits on GT's Senior Leadership Team and is the Leadership Partner on key global client relationships. She also serves as executive sponsor of the firm’s C-Suite and Board Peer Network, and frequently advises industry leaders and senior executives with critical, time-sensitive concerns.
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- Financial services
- Asset management
- Financial services
- Private equity
Professional qualifications and memberships
Nichole is a certified public accountant in Texas.
Presentations and publications
As a leader in the industry, Nichole has spoken at many notable industry forums and has participated in panels discussing key industry topics. In addition, she has published articles on relevant business issues affecting the banking industry and is a frequent resource for reporters covering the industry.
Nichole is committed to community involvement and is actively involved in many of Grant Thornton’s strategic initiatives, including serving on the national Client Experience Council. She has served on the boards of directors of the American Heart Association and the YWCA, as well as the Accounting Advisory Board of the University of Texas at Austin.
Nichole received a bachelor’s degree in business administration in accounting from the University of Texas at Austin.
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