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Grant Thornton UK appoints forensic partner

Grant Thornton UK has appointed Geoff Mesher as partner in the firm’s forensic and investigation team.

Mesher previously led the KPMG forensic team in the South of England and Wales.

Grant Thornton said Mesher has more than 14 years experience in forensic accounting and is expected to help build a market leading team in the region.

Mesher is a fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales.

Grant Thornton UK forensic team consists of nine partners and 100 staff across the country.

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