With 11 partners and more than 130 team members, our firm dates back nearly 30 years. We have deep links with the Kenyan business community and in-depth knowledge of the market. We are particularly strong in our tax consultancy services. Many new entrants to the Kenyan and African emerging markets choose us as their financial partners to give them a solid foundation in an exciting new area of business opportunity.
We set ourselves high standards in delivering value to clients, in a timely manner. In our latest survey (January 2012), our clients said they appreciated our friendly and personalised attention to them and the prompt, professional and reliable advice and support they could count on from us. We look forward to helping you grow your business. You could say it’s our instinct.
Grant Thornton is one of the world’s leading organisations of independent assurance, tax and advisory firms. We help dynamic organisations unlock their potential for growth by providing meaningful, actionable advice through a broad range of services.
Proactive teams, led by approachable partners in these firms, use insights, experience and instinct to solve complex issues for privately owned, publicly listed and public sector clients. Over 32,000 Grant Thornton people, across 100 countries, are focused on making a difference to clients, colleagues and the communities in which we live and work.
Business decisions are rarely black and white. Dynamic organisations know they need to apply both reason and instinct to decision-making. We are Grant Thornton and this is how we advise our clients every day.
There will be times when clients need our rigour to test whether their instinct is the right one, and other times when we can bring insightful ideas and options to the table that may not have been considered. The real benefit for dynamic organisations is more meaningful and forward-looking advice that can help unlock their potential for growth.
We believe that sustaining long term growth in successful organisations means looking at many different aspects of the business simultaneously. Financial measures, operational efficiency, new ways of working and stakeholder relationships all must grow together if dynamic organisations are to fully achieve their objectives.