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Grant Thornton opens office in Bangalore

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Bangalore , April 8

GRANT Thornton International (GTI), world's fifth largest accounting firm and a global leader in providing assurance, tax and specialist advice to entrepreneurial businesses and their owners, on Thursday announced the opening of its office here.

The Indian member of GTI was established in 1935 and services clients through its offices in New Delhi, Mumbai and Chennai. Bangalore, which became its latest full-service office, was opened on April 1.

In line with the company's India focus, GTI's Bangalore office will concentrate on providing specialist international services - US GAAP and US GAAS; mergers & acquisitions advisory; due diligence and valuation; and inbound and outbound investment advisory.

Mr Harish H.V., Practice Director - South India, will head the Bangalore office. He was earlier Director of A.F. Ferguson & Co, and has over 17 years of investment banking, consulting and industry experience. In addition to him, a team of five qualified accountants, management consultants and corporate finance professionals will be assisting the company here.

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