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Grant Thornton CEO condemns rise in anti-semitic attacks

It comes as earlier this year Grant Thornton announced a ‘three-year financial commitment’ to organizations dedicated to fighting the rise in hate crimes

Brad Preber, CEO of Grant Thornton, has condemned the rise in anti-Semitic attacks in the US.

In an open letter, Preber said he is “deeply troubled” by the recent rise of anti-Semitic threats and violence across the United States – adding he “fully supports” efforts to end these “heinous attacks”. 

In addition, Preber said it is up to the nation to “combat bias and injustice”, stating that Grant Thornton “will continue to do its part”.

It comes as earlier this year Grant Thornton announced a “three-year financial commitment” to organizations dedicated to fighting the rise in hate crimes. 

He said: “We do this work for our Jewish-American colleagues, neighbors and everyone touched by hatred. Every person deserves respect, dignity and the freedom to live life without fear. Together, we can create the more equitable communities America deserves.”

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