Audit Financial Services
Audit services for banks and other financial companies.
Audit Industry, Services, Institutions
Audit services for national and international business clients.
National and international tax consulting and planning.
Our services regarding national as well as international tax returns and declarations.
Our services in the area of value-added tax.
Our transfer pricing services.
Advice throughout the transaction and deal cycle.
Tax Financial Services
Our tax services for financial service providers.
Consultancy services that generate real added value for financial service providers.
IT & Digitalisation
Generating security with IT.
Nowadays, the investigation of criminal offences in companies increasingly involves digital data and entire IT systems.
Regulatory & Compliance Financial Services
Advisory services in the area of financial market law.
Transaction Services / Merger & Acquisition
Successfully handling transactions with good advice.
Experts in commercial law.
We are there for you.
Business Risk Services
Sustainable growth for your company.
Grant Thornton Switzerland Liechtenstein has been an official sales partner of Abacus Business Software since 2020.
We keep accounts for you.
Leave your payroll accounting to us.
Real Estate Management
Leave the management of your real estate to us.
Career with an apprenticeship?!
The future of leadership: anticipating 2030
Global business is facing a wave of disruptive influences that look set to spark the Fourth Industrial Revolution. We explore how the way professionals work is evolving, the leadership skills that will be needed within the dynamic mid-market to thrive, and how organisations can stay competitive in the war for talent and customers in 2030.
The business world is arguably on the cusp of the greatest period of transformation since the First Industrial Revolution in the late 1700s and early 1800s. For the business world, Industry 4.0 is presenting both challenges in how to respond – and also opportunities, which could see organisations with the right leadership skills take advantage of new trends and emerge as leading players in their sectors.
The biggest disruptors will come from technology, with Grant Thornton’s 2019 International Business Report (IBR)[i] – which surveyed senior leaders in mid-market businesses around the world – suggesting the rise of the digitally connected world will be the greatest change, cited by 42% of respondents. This is closely followed by other technological advances, including artificial intelligence (AI) and big data at 40%; and increasing use of automation and robotics (35%).