Grant Thornton New Zealand launches industry-leading parental leave policy

26 Oct 2021

Grant Thornton New Zealand introduces their new market-leading parental leave policy to help provide employees' with the support needed when welcoming a new member into their whānau.

Mandatory climate-related reporting on the way for some NZ businesses

20 Oct 2021

Mandatory climate-related reporting on the way for some NZ businesses. The Government is establishing a standardised approach to climate-related reporting for certain entities to disclose their governance, plans and progress on emission reduction in a way that’s transparent and consistent.

The rental crisis affects us all - and it’s crippling NZ’s progress

23 Mar 2021

If you think the rental crisis doesn’t affect you, you’re wrong. Maybe you think you’re not affected because you own your own house, and you’re not a landlord. Wrong. New Zealand’s rental crisis isn’t only causing homelessness and poverty, it’s dragging down wages, stifling innovation and suppressing productivity for the whole country.

Grant Thornton NZ advises on NZ$1.45b tech acquisition

21 Mar 2021

Grant Thornton New Zealand has recently completed financial and tax due diligence on one of the biggest inbound NZ tech company acquisitions in recent years.

Women in senior leadership positions pass critical 30% mark despite global pandemic

08 Mar 2021

The number of women holding senior leadership positions in mid-market businesses globally has hit 31% despite the COVID-19 pandemic affecting economies around the world, according to Grant Thornton’s annual Women in Business report.

Grant Thornton New Zealand has signed on as a new Gold Partner of Family Business New Zealand (FBNZ)

24 Feb 2021

Grant Thornton New Zealand is delighted to announce its partnership with FBNZ.

This isn't a housing crisis, it's a mindset crisis

23 Feb 2021

New Zealand needs more houses. Yet despite the simplicity of that goal, it's been impossible to keep up with demand. This problem has persisted through both National and Labour Governments – several of each. As much as we might tinker around with the demand side of the equation, putting LVR restrictions up and down and tweaking interest rates, the gravity of the problem clearly lies with the supply side and our mindsets.