Grant Thornton Made a Little Magic Happen In 2019

Despite layoffs at its U.S. firm and general malaise about its audit practice in the U.K., Grant Thornton pulled a rabbit out of its hat and managed to increase global revenue by 5.1% to $5.72 billion in the 2019 financial year that ended on Sept. 30.

Instead of me regurgitating all the numbers provided in the press release, Grant Thornton provided this handy-dandy infographic that gives you the gist of its 2019 results:

There are now more than 56,000 GTers around the world, 3,342 of whom were hired in 2019.

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