Grant Thornton reported that its revenue for the fiscal year ending July 31 rose 9.5 percent to $1.2 billion.

Of 2,012 new client engagements, revenues from international clients made up more than 25 percent.

"Our continued growth in both national and global markets reflects our focus on providing clients with industry expertise and personalized service," said Grant Thornton CEO Edward Nusbaum (pictured) in a statement.

In the past year, the firm opened new offices in St. Louis, San Diego and San Antonio.

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