In spite of the coronavirus pandemic that started in the early spring, Grant Thornton Baltic managed to post solid economic results in the 2019-2020 financial year. The company’s consolidated turnover in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania was 10.8 million euros, growing by 16% year-over-year.
In autumn 2020, Grant Thornton Baltic expanded its circle of partners, giving two long-term employees in Estonia and two in Lithuania the opportunity to have a say at the highest level of the organization.
Riin Veidenberg, Grant Thornton Baltic's risk management services advisor, successfully passed the International Institute of Internal Auditors' Certified Internal Auditor (CIA) exam and on October 27 was awarded the qualification of a certified internal auditor.
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