Grant Thornton Cardiff Office are delighted to announce that as part of the firms wider go to market activities, there has been strong focus on opportunities in tax with UK and US corporates and they have recently established a new initiative to drive this forward.
As a firm Grant Thornton are focussed on helping dynamic businesses grow and a key purpose of the objective will be to support US inbound and UK outbound businesses, with greater collaboration and coordination between the organisation’s UK and US offices, building on the work the firm’s International Business Centre has focused on.
Alan Richardson, Grant Thornton’s Lead Partner on the programme said,
‘There is a lot of focus on the UK and US right now. You can see that in financial services, in tax, audit and wider advisory. This is absolutely the right time to be pushing forward with these initiatives as our clients increasingly expect us to be able provide high quality services across a number of countries.’
Grant Thornton recognises there is a huge amount of business activity between the UK and US and establishing a program focusing on the US is a fantastic way to create more opportunities in both markets. Grant Thornton Cardiff Office works with a number of US owned businesses in Wales, together with advising Welsh companies operating on the international corporate scene. This latest development enables them to reach out to the market and engage with growing businesses seeking exciting developments.
Kaye Morris, Senior Tax Manager in Cardiff told us,
‘This new initiative allows us to offer added value to our clients as many are exploring global opportunities for expansion. By providing a co-operative service between our UK and US office, we are able to deliver the highest level of technical competence whilst maintaining a personal relationship. Business owners who wish to consider the US market as part of their growth strategy are welcome to have an initial discussion with us. We have a wealth of expertise to enable us to provide significant guidance and support and I’d be delighted to encourage such dynamic thinking within the Welsh landscape.’