Dynamic organisations know they need to apply both reason and instinct to decision making. At Grant Thornton UK, this is how we advise our clients every day. We combine award-winning technical expertise with the intuition, insight and confidence gained from our extensive sector experience and a deeper understanding of our clients.
Through empowered client service teams, approachable partners and shorter decision-making chains, we provide a wider point of view and operate in a way that's as fast and agile as our clients. The real benefit for dynamic organisations is more meaningful and forward-looking advice that can help to unlock their potential for growth.
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The combination of the credit crunch (and heightened financial distress), globalisation (where UK companies play a pivotal role on the world stage) and increased regulation has led to an increase in the size and complexity of financial disputes and investigations.
The ever-increasing pace of events requires now, more than ever, a joined-up forensic solution covering specialist expert opinion, quantification of loss, electronic data capture, valuations and fraud and corruption solutions for, often complex, disputes and investigations. At Grant Thornton, we work in some of the most complex global disputes and investigations. To find out more about our experience and how we can help you specifically, please let us know what you are looking for.
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