We offer expert valuation advice in transactions, regulatory and administrative matters, and matters subject to dispute – valuing businesses, shares and intangible assets in a wide range of industries.
Raising finance - funders value partners who can deliver a robust financial model, a sound business strategy and rigorous planning. We can guide you through the challenges that these transactions can pose and help you build a foundation for long term success once the deal is done.
Grant Thornton offers high quality independent advice on the many financial issues associated with relationship property from considering an individual financial issue to all aspects of a complex settlement.
Grant Thornton’s restructuring and turnaround service capabilities include cash flow, liquidity management and forecasting; crisis and interim management; financial advisory services to companies and parties in transition and distress
Our team can help expatriates and their employers deal with tax and employment matters both in New Zealand and overseas. With the correct planning advice, employee allowances and benefits may be structured to avoid double taxation and achieve tax savings.
Our advisers help clients manage the critical issue of compliance across accountancy regulations, corporation law and tax. We also offer business and wealth advisory services, which means we can provide a seamless and tax-effective offering to our clients.
Our five step audit methodology offers a high quality service wherever you are in the world and includes planning, risk assessment, testing internal controls, substantive testing, and concluding and reporting
The key to sustainable and future growth is a unified organisation operating within a strong cultural context, where transparency and communication are the priority for Kaimahi, and where visible leadership means walking the talk – but where does that journey begin?
Our information security specialists are approved Qualified Security Assessors (QSAs) that have been qualified by the PCI Security Standards Council to independently assess merchants and service providers.
As your organisation grows in size and complexity, processes that were once enabling often become cumbersome and inefficient. To maintain growth, your business must remain flexible, agile and profitable
Kiwi businesses have been through the wringer over the past few years, with so much instability and rapid change. We need a tax strategy to help the country tackle it’s looming problems, says Greg Thompson, Business Advisory and Tax Leader.
The new Trusts Act 2019, which came into force on 30 January 2021, was one of the biggest changes for Trusts for quite some time. Now, Inland Revenue has also introduced further reporting and disclosure requirements. Here's what you need to know.
To further compound the challenges of yet another year marred by disruption, tax authorities have made it loud and clear they still expect to see cross border related party transactions priced according to the arms-length principle - creating a top priority list item for every entity transacting cross-border with related parties.
While the Tax Working Group’s (TWG) much anticipated final recommendations don’t dramatically deviate from its interim report, a deep dive into the details might reveal measures that, if implemented, will significantly impact New Zealand businesses.
Watch this space for more in-depth commentary in the lead up to Government’s recommendations in April; in the meantime, here’s a summary of the Group’s report.
Impact in action is the first of two reports, which features the findings of our research with over 30 leading global charities. We explore what impact means to different charities, the challenges they face in measuring it, and the innovations developed to overcome these challenges.
VAT and GST continue to evolve and grow in complexity as the traditional goods and services model competes with today’s digital economy and the seamless international trade flows it has created. How can you stay ahead?
Expatriates taking up employment in New Zealand will be subject to our comprehensive tax rules and work permit requirements. Liability to tax will be principally determined by the employee’s tax residence status and the source of the relevant income.