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Raber Mattuck joins Grant Thornton Canada

Grant Thornton LLP has announced its union with The Raber Mattuck Group in Vancouver. For more than 25 years, The Raber Mattuck Group has provided a range of business advisory services. The firm prides itself on taking interest in each client’s situation to understand their goals and needs.

The new relationship adds 12 professionals to Grant Thornton, which includes two partners, Meyer Mattuck and Nathalie Abramovich.

“Over the years, we have maintained our commitment to client service while growing, and this is the next step in our journey. We chose Grant Thornton because of their similar values and approach, and our dedication to delivering professional and personalized service will not change,” said Meyer Mattuck, Partner, The Raber Mattuck Group. “We are excited that our clients will now have access to a number of additional services and resources to help them navigate the future and reach their goals.”

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