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We are Grant Thornton.
We go beyond business as usual, so you can too.

We invest in listening, building relationships, and understanding your concerns to deliver an experience that’s more personal, agile and proactive.
We work at the pace that matters. Yours.
That's why we celebrate fresh thinking and diverse perspectives to find better solutions.
We don’t predict the future. We help you shape it.

We embrace what makes each market unique.
On a global scale.

We are a global network with in member firms in over 147 markets, with one common goal — to help you realise your ambitions. Which is why we combine global scale and capability with local insights and understanding. So, whether you’re growing in one market or many, looking to operate more effectively, managing risk and regulation, or realising stakeholder value, our member firms have the assurance, tax and advisory capabilities you need with the quality you expect.

Grant Thornton Uzbekistan

Grant Thornton Uzbekistan – a member of Grant Thornton International – unites high-profile specialists, including certified accountants and auditors, consultants in sphere of finance, management and taxation. Grant Thornton successfully works in the market of assurance, advisory and valuation services since 1996.

Long-standing professional experience in the sphere of audit services in Uzbekistan and top quality of the work provided the firm with impeccable reputation and recognition from clients, competitors and market experts. Grant Thornton is among the largest firms providing services to a number of leading enterprises, banks and projects of international financial institutes in Uzbekistan.

Being a member of Grant Thornton International, one of the world’s leading organisations of independent assurance, tax and advisory firms, we offer full spectrum of services to national and international organizations, that can increase the level of investors’ trust to financial information presented in accordance with national and international standards.