Grant Thornton CEO Ed Nusbaum Elected for 2nd Term

Grant thornton logoThe board of governors Grant Thornton has unanimously approved a second term for CEO Ed Nusbaum to serve through December 2017.

Nusbaum first became the firm’s CEO in 2010 and previously led U.S. operations as chief executive between 2001 and 2010, the Grant Thornton announced Monday.

“I am honoured and look forward to working alongside our 38,000 people in 120 countries in our continued mission to provide quality services, thought leadership in the profession, and help our clients and people unlock their potential for growth,” said Nusbaum.

 

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