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Ruzica Filipceva

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About Grant Thornton

We’re a network of independent assurance, tax and advisory firms, made up of 56,000 people in 140 countries. For more than 100 years, we have helped dynamic organizations realize their strategic ambitions. Whether you’re looking to finance growth, manage risk and regulation, optimize your operations or realize stakeholder value, we can help you.

Dynamic organizations can achieve great things with the right support. You need advisers that deeply understand your business, your industry and your wider agenda for growth. Our capabilities, expertise and culture make us perfectly placed to fill that role. We believe that Grant Thornton is the only organization that can offer a powerful combination of true scale, excellent service, and effective relationships to deliver added value to your business.

Grant Thornton in North Macedonia is a leading provider of audit, tax, outsourcing, and advisory services. Established in 1999, with 2 offices in Skopje and 60 people, we apply strong technical guidance and breadth of expertise to ensure that clients receive a truly different experience. We are one of the region’s most admired professional service firm dedicated to serving a substantial and diversified client base that includes corporations, financial institutions, governments and high net-worth individuals, unlocking their potential for growth by providing meaningful, actionable advice through a broad range of comprehensive professional services.

How we work

We invest the time to truly understand your business, giving real insight and a fresh perspective to keep you moving. We are agile with shorter decision-making chains and empowered teams; so you get the outcomes you need when speed matters. Working across borders, our global network of International Business Centers and country desks are in place to coordinate international work and to effectively manage and enhance international business and relationships.

Why we do this

We have a genuine interest in helping you to unlock your potential for growth. Whether it’s growing shareholder value, improving operational efficiency or building investor confidence, we balance a desire to do what’s best for you in the future with an instinctive sense of what’s going to help you now.


Our CLEARR values reflect our culture and how we do business – they are embedded throughout our business and set the parameters of how we expect people to behave with their colleagues, clients and the world at large. CLEARR values unite our people and guide our behavior.


Diversity helps us meet the demands of a changing world. We value the fact that our people come from all walks of life and  that this diversity of experience and perspective makes our organization stronger as a result. Our teams bring different perspectives to the work they do for our clients and are equipped to meet the challenges they face every day. We treat everyone fairly and never differentiate on the basis of ethnicity, race, religion or belief ,or lack of, gender, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, pregnancy, maternity, marital status, age or disability.

Growing Together in the community

Every year, Grant Thornton devotes a day to community involvement. “GT in the Community” is part of global initiative of the Grant Thornton International organization, to contribute to community development by allowing some 56,000 employees in more than 140 countries to dedicate a work day to helping local organizations fulfil their mission.

Many inspiring people from Grant Thornton across the globe provide innovative, generous and resourceful services to the communities they work and live in. Follow our hashtag #GTinthecommunity to see how our people are making a difference.


Grant Thornton is a founding partner of IMPACT2030 and in 2018 Peter Bodin, Grant Thornton International CEO, was named as its new chair of the board. IMPACT2030 is a private sector led coalition which aims to direct the collective skills, experience and passion of corporate volunteers towards helping the United Nations achieve their Sustainable Development Goals.

“If we can unlock and activate the skills and passion of the world’s extensive base of employees we can significantly increase our collective impact on critical societal issues and achieve measurable outcomes.”

Peter Bodin

Chair of IMPACT2030 Board of Directors
Global CEO, Grant Thornton International, Ltd