At Grant Thornton, we’re always aware of the impact our business activities could have on the wider community.

With that in mind, we want whatever we’re doing to have only positive effects for our people, our clients and suppliers, our environment and our community.

We believe being a good business is about more than just a strong reputation in the business world, it’s about having the respect of the public. This is why we give our community and environmental performances equal importance to that of our financial and business ones.

Corporate responsibility reflects our values as a firm, and it’s a part of our business that we’re committed to improving. Part of that commitment has been to create a special leadership group, made up of partners and staff from across the firm, chaired by our Chief Executive Officer, Sacha Romanovitch. Their task is to develop innovative and exciting strategies to bring our corporate responsibility agenda to life and promote its importance to everyone at Grant Thornton.

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In response to the Modern Day Slavery Act 2015 we are currently identifying the actions needed to ensure our business and supply chain is free from slavery and human trafficking. In accordance with the Act we will be publishing our statement at the start of our new financial year (July 2016).