About Us

At P&A Grant Thornton we help dynamic organisations around the world unlock their potential for growth.

Audit and Assurance

We deliver value-added audit and assurance services to our clients, helping them manage their fiscal responsibilities with prudence and foresight.

Tax Advisory and Compliance

We help you identify the opportunities and pitfalls that can significantly affect your...

Advisory Services

We believe there is an optimal solution to every business challenge. Using our Firm's breadth and depth of specialized expertise, we work with you to find that optimal solution. We will help you understand the complex and dynamic risks unique to your business and collaborate with you in developing appropriate best-in-class strategies. We are your partners in value creations

Business Process Solutions

We provide solid, first-rate support for your key accounting and administrative activities, such as outsourced accounting, payroll, and accounting-related tasks. We see ourselves as your partner: We work steadily and efficiently in the background enabling you to take center stage and focus on meeting your corporate objectives, goals and targets, and taking your business to greater heights.

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From Where We Sit

Hold your plans loosely

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Tax Brief

Tax Brief

Tax brief: a monthly publication about developments in Philippine taxation

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Outsourcing Brief

Outsourcing Brief

Outsourcing brief: A quarterly publication of P&A Grant Thornton Outsourcing, Inc.

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News Centre

16 Jan 2020

Growth expectations still up despite drop in optimism, say

MANILA - According to H2 2019 data from the Grant Thornton International Business Report, 57 percent of Filipino mid-size companies surveyed have grown their revenue by more than five percent in the last 12 months. But while the Filipino mid-market remains optimistic when it comes to revenue and profitability, the overall outlook for the Philippine economy has dropped bu 17 percent points from 84 percent in H1 2019 to 67 percent in H2 2019 --- a low level of optimism that has not been seen since Q1 2016.

15 Jan 2020

Companies’ optimism on PHL economy declines

BUSINESS LEADERS’ optimism in the Philippine economy slumped to its lowest level since the first quarter of 2016, according to the Grant Thornton International Business Report (IBR) released by P&A Grant Thornton on Tuesday.

15 Jan 2020

Business optimism in Philippine among top 10 globally

MANILA, Philippines — Business optimism in the Philippines dropped 17 percentage points in the second half of last year, but the country remains one of the 10 most optimistic worldwide, according to a report by Grant Thornton.