Grant Thornton LLP has announced record revenues of $1.97bn for the fiscal year ended July 31, 2021.
The company attributed its growth to its flexible approach to the pandemic, including the introduction of a hybrid-working model.
During the year, Grant Thornton also established a Center of Excellence in Orlando, Florida to “enhance offerings nationwide”, which included services aimed at helping tax clients turn data into insights.
Furthermore, Grant Thornton committed to reducing its carbon footprint by 55% by 2030.
Brad Preber, CEO of Grant Thornton, said: “In a changing and uncertain environment, we continue to remain agile and perform with excellence across our entire firm, including our services lines, industry groups and internal services teams.
“We’ve combined flexibility and innovation with quality and value to realize record revenues. Because of this approach, we’re well-positioned for continued growth.”
He added: “We have learned that with the right support, our people can serve our clients with excellence from anywhere.
“Our teammates have different comfort levels with returning to face-to-face interactions, different needs for in-person contact and different family responsibilities. This is why we created a policy that delivers exceptional results for clients without requiring attendance in our offices or at client sites for many business situations.”