Grant Thornton is making another significant investment in 2021, remaining faithful to its vision for continuous development, evolution of its services and stable maintenance of its quality, as it notes in its announcement. According to the same announcement, with the current period being considered crucial for the business environment in Greece, the company is taking a steady and decisive step to build a strong and optimistic future for the country.
In particular, the company announced the creation of 200 new jobs, which relate to the departments of Auditing Services (Consulting Services (Advisory), Tax Services (Tax) and Outsourcing Services. At the same time, it is expanding the departments of Financial Services, Strategy & Investments, Energy, Transactional Advisory Services and Environmental, Social, Governance, Risk & Compliance, which specialize in areas of paramount importance for the transformation of the Greek economy.
Through the strengthening of key services for modern business, Grant Thornton creates a center of multifaceted knowledge and increased specialization, in order to respond immediately to any need that arises and is expected to arise in the long run for the country. At a time when companies aspire to evolve their operations and successfully transition to a more resilient and sustainable future, our organization stands by them to take their next step.
Vassilis Kazas, CEO of Grant Thornton, said: “Having maintained to the maximum the flexibility and resilience that the previous months required, we now consider it the right time to grow the Grant Thornton family even further, and to take a decisive step towards the future. Following the expansion of the Technology Intelligence & Performance department at the beginning of the year, we are expanding the Assurance, Advisory, Tax, Outsourcing, Financial Services, Strategy & Investments, Energy, Transactional Advisory Services and Environmental, Social, Governance, Risk & Compliance departments, in order to shape the path on which Greek business will move in the future. In an environment of increased demands, as well as careful planning for tomorrow, it is important for businesses to know that they have the best possible support from us. Through the expansion of our organization and our transfer to new offices, we seal in the most practical way our commitment to continue to invest continuously in people and new technologies. We have moved in this direction, after all, all the previous time, continuing to give flesh and blood to our vision “.
As noted in the same announcement, “continuing to provide our services continuously through our offices in Athens, Thessaloniki, Heraklion, Crete and Ioannina, we will welcome the new executives of our company in the new facilities in Athens and Thessaloniki, in a modern working environment that promotes creativity, collaboration and dialogue, essential ingredients for the evolution of our people. “Embodying in the best possible way the vision of continuous upgrading of its services, Grant Thornton enters the new era through actions, supporting the country’s transition to a productive, competitive and sustainable future.”
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