Advisory company Grant Thornton in major bid to treble its revenues
Business advisory firm Grant Thornton Northern Ireland said it wants to treble revenues in the next five years as part of aggressive growth plans.
The business said annual revenues for 2015 were up 45%, as it also announced the appointment of new audit partner Neal Taylor.
Grant Thornton has said forensics, cyber-security and corporate finance are all key targets for growth.
Richard Gillan, managing partner of Grant Thornton Northern Ireland, said: "Neal's appointment is a hugely positive step for Grant Thornton in Northern Ireland and one which will be a significant factor in facilitating our aggressive growth plans.
"The firm had a very successful 2015, with strong growth across all service lines."
He added: "The key to growth is, of course, attracting and retaining the best talent. Our focus is on bringing in people who can add to, and thrive within, the entrepreneurial environment."