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Grant Thornton moves up in UK AIM rankings

Grant Thornton has moved up to joint second place by overall AIM clients with PwC, according to Adviser Rankings.

Grant Thornton gained a net two new clients while PwC lost nine clients. However, PwC still dominates the Client Market-Cap rankings, and saw a £10bn ($13.09bn) rise to £29bn.

PKF Littlejohn added the most new clients in Q3, taking their tally from 36 to 42 and moving them up to 7th position by total number of AIM clients.

Crowe had the second best results this quarter and added three new clients.

Other highlights from the Q3 results are:

  • BDO took sole 2nd place In the FTSE AIM UK 50 top-tier rankings after Deloitte lost two clients.
  • Jeffreys Henry made its debut in the FTSE AIM UK 50 rankings
  • PwC  still tops the for rankings for the FTSE AIM 100 and the FTSE AIM UK 50

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