- Fastest Growth in the last three years
- Lead sponsor at Fintech Abu Dhabi – Islamic Finance
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates (AETOSWire): Grant Thornton expands its presence by opening their new office in ADGM. The global professional services firm is one of the fastest growing firms in the region in recent years and now has 4 offices in the UAE.
“We have been operating in the UAE since 1966 and we have seen enormous changes over the years. Opening an office in ADGM is the natural next step for Grant Thornton to move in line with the strategy of the UAE as it goes from strength to strength as the leading international financial services centre in the MENA region.”
Mr. Hisham Farouk, CEO of Grant Thornton UAE.
The opening of the ADGM office coincided perfectly with FinTech Abu Dhabi, where Grant Thornton sponsored and supported various activities, including the new Islamic FinTech Category.
Samer Hijazi, Partner and Head of Abu Dhabi shares his view of the expansion;
“Grant Thornton shares the vision of ADGM to be a major contributor to the Abu Dhabi diversification and growth strategy.
This launch is testimony to the growth and progress ADGM has achieved in delivering this strategy and reflects Grant Thornton’s long-term commitment to both Abu Dhabi and the wider UAE market.”
Grant Thornton in the United Arab Emirates is a leading provider of audit, tax and advisory services. With 53,000 people across 135 countries in our network, we have access to outstanding technical guidance and breadth of experience to ensure that our clients receive a truly different experience. In the UAE we have 4 offices and we are over 250 professionals serving our clients.
For more than 100 years, we have helped dynamic organisations realise their strategic ambitions. Whether you are looking to finance growth, manage risk and regulation, optimise your operations or realise stakeholder value, we can help you. We have got scale, combined with local market understanding. That means we are everywhere you are, as well as where you want to be.
About Grant Thornton
For the past 50 years, Grant Thornton UAE has been helping our clients identify and tackle their most strategic goals. From business owners, C-suite and governments, we continue to support local and international organisations through our three lines of service: Audit, Advisory, and Tax.
We invest the time to understand our clients and their challenges to provide insight and solutions that help them grow in an evolving and dynamic market. With +200people in the UAE across 3 locations and supported by more than 53,000 people across 135 countries, we combine our expertise and insight to drive change with a forward looking point of view.
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