Grant Thornton posts double digit growth

Grant Thornton increased revenues by more than 10% in its 2012 financial year thanks to strong growth in the mid-tier firm’s advisory and corporate finance divisions.

Revenue for the financial year ended 30 June 2012 rose 10.6% to £417m, GT said on 15 October.

CEO Scott Barnes, commented: “The partnership has delivered a strong result for the year, which is ahead of expectations and testament to our core strategy and the hard work and vision of the people within the business.

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Bob Harper's picture

Interesting sales mix

Bob Harper | | Permalink

29% of sales revenue is Assurance (compliance). When you add tax this you have 51% with 49% being advisory.

It would be interesting to know how the profit splits out but this is the type of mix we are going for.

Bob Harper

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and is probably

justsotax | | Permalink

where most practices should be aiming for......but like you say, it would be interesting to see the actual profit split (given some areas of tax can probably demand a high level of expertise at a premium cost to the respective firm)