Grant Thornton Executive421612391

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29 rue du Pont 92200 Neuilly-sur-Seine

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Chiffre d'affaires 2018

2,4 M€

Président

Jean-Luc

Carpentier

Effectif 2018

4

Ancienneté

21 ans

Indicateurs

À propos

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Conseil aux entreprises en matière de stratégie d'organisation ressources humaines commerciale et marketing achat logistique financière économique administrative et informatique toutes interventions permettant de suppléer pour une durée déterminée la carence ou l'insuffisance d'un poste de direction des entreprises à l'exclusion de tout mandat social toutes actions de formation relevant de son domaine d'activité.Les activités de transaction sur fonds de commerce et biens immobiliers.Source : BODACC

La structure Grant Thornton Executive a un indice de confiance de 95 sur 100, cet indice est établi grâce à de nombreux paramètres. La création de l'entreprise date de l'année 1998. Le SIREN : 421612391 est associé à l'entreprise. Le numéro de TVA correspondant à l'activité de Grant Thornton Executive est : FR59421612391. Les dernières marques déposées de cette dernière sont DI FINANCES, DIRECTEUR FINANCIER EXPERT et DI FINANCES, elle dispose de 3 marques déposées à son actif. Les locaux de l'entreprise sont situés à Neuilly-sur-Seine. Grant Thornton Executive a actuellement pour Président Jean-Luc Carpentier. En 2016, le capital social de cette société s'élevait à 50084 euros. Au cours de l'année 2018, le nombre de personnes qui travaillaient pour cette structure était de 4 salariés. La société dénommée Grant Thornton Executive exerce dans le conseil de gestion. Cette entreprise est relativement présente sur plusieurs réseaux sociaux notamment Facebook puis Twitter. Vous pouvez rejoindre la page Facebook de cette entreprise sous le nom de grantthorntonus et sur Twitter sous le nom de grantthorntonus. Une société plutôt active sur les réseaux, elle possède 25189 followers sur son compte Twitter puis 15880 likes sur sa page Facebook.

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  1. Type Société par actions simplifiée (SAS)
  2. Date de création 04/12/1998
  3. Effectif 4 (2018)
  4. Capital social 50084€ (2016) (Source RCS)
  5. Chiffre d'affaires 2,4 M€ (2018)
  6. TVA intercommunautaire FR59421612391
  7. Numéro de SIREN 421612391
  8. Code NAF Conseil pour les affaires et autres conseils de gestion (7022Z)
  9. Statut SIRENE Active
  10. Statut RCS Immatriculée (25/11/2016)

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Dirigeants Grant Thornton Executive (4)

Âge moyen des dirigeants

64 ANS

Durée moyenne de mandat

3 ANs 8 MOIS

Parité

0%100%
  • Jean-Luc Carpentier

    Président

    2016 - Présent

    En poste
  • Jacques-Edouard Nouveau

    Directeur général

    2016 - Présent

    En poste
  • Ledouble

    Commissaire aux comptes titulaire

    2016 - Présent

    En poste
  • Compagnie Fiduciaire de Conseil et d'Audit Cfca

    Commissaire aux comptes suppléant

    2016 - Présent

    Ancien

Chiffre d'affaires, bilans Grant Thornton Executive (3)

Durée de l'exercice comptable : 12 mois

Chiffre d'affaires

2,4 M€

-38,2 %

Résultat net

-247,6 k€

-308 %

Capacité d'autofinancement

-207,7 k€

-296,7 %

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Chiffres clés

Chiffre d'affaires

2,4 M€

-38,2 %

Le volume des ventes au titre du dernier exercice a fortement chuté.

Résultat net

-247,6 k€

-308 %

Capacité d'autofinancement

-207,7 k€

-296,7 %

La CAF est négative sur cet exercice, l'exploitation consomme de la trésorerie.

Taille du bilan

1,6 M€

-21,5 %

Fonds propres

523,1 k€

-39,9 %

L'entreprise est bien capitalisée par rapport à son niveau d'activité.

Trésorerie nette

20,9 k€

77,4 %

96,9% du fonds de roulement sert à financer le besoin en fonds de roulement. L'entreprise dispose de peu de trésorerie excédentaire.

Ratios financiers

Rendement des fonds propres

-25,5 %

-202,4 %

L'entreprise affiche des fonds propres positifs et un résultat courant négatif.

Equilibre financier

3 397,6 %

Autonomie financière

33,3 %

-23,4 %

La structure financière est bonne en termes de capitalisation.

Liquidité générale

1,8

-11,5 %

Délai moyen clients

74 jours

Les clients de cette entreprise la règlent en moyenne à 74 jours, ce qui est correct mais au-delà des délais prévus par la loi LME.

Délai moyen fournisseurs

100 jours

51,5 %

Cette entreprise règle en moyenne ses fournisseurs à 100 jours, ce qui est trop élevé et montre une gestion insuffisante de sa comptabilité fournisseurs.

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Annonces légales (19)

  • Dépôt des comptes

    30 avr. 2019

    L'entreprise a déposé ses comptes annuels et rapports (arrêtés au 30/09/2018).

  • Dépôt des comptes

    2 mai 2018

    L'entreprise a déposé ses comptes annuels et rapports (arrêtés au 30/09/2017).

  • Dépôt des comptes

    17 mai 2017

    L'entreprise a déposé ses comptes annuels et rapports (arrêtés au 30/09/2016).

  • Modification

    17 mai 2017

    GRANT THORNTON EXECUTIVE a apporté une modification à ses dirigeants ou son administration, qui se compose désormais comme telle :
    Directeur général : NOUVEAU Jacques-Edouard en fonction le 25 Novembre 2016 ; Président : CARPENTIER Jean-Luc en fonction le 25 Novembre 2016 ; Commissaire aux comptes titulaire : LEDOUBLE SAS modification le 12 Mai 2017.

  • Immatriculation

    30 nov. 2016

    GRANT THORNTON EXECUTIVE a procédé à une nouvelle immatriculation suite au transfert de son siège social depuis le ressort d'un autre tribunal. Le nouveau siège est.

  • Dépôt des comptes

    18 mai 2016

    L'entreprise a déposé ses comptes annuels et rapports (arrêtés au 30/09/2015).

  • Dépôt des comptes

    8 juil. 2015

    L'entreprise a déposé ses comptes annuels et rapports (arrêtés au 30/09/2014).

  • Modification

    19 juin 2015

    GRANT THORNTON EXECUTIVE a changé sa dénomination de D I FINANCES en GRANT THORNTON EXECUTIVE. GRANT THORNTON EXECUTIVE a déménagé son établissement, précédemment situé à l'adresse non déterminée, à l'adresse non déterminée. GRANT THORNTON EXECUTIVE a décidé de modifier son objet social, dont le libellé devient :
    Conseil aux entreprises en matière de stratégie d'organisation ressources humaines commerciale et marketing achat logistique financière économique administrative et informatique toutes interventions permettant de suppléer pour une durée déterminée la carence ou l'insuffisance d'un poste de direction des entreprises à l'exclusion de tout mandat social toutes actions de formation relevant de son domaine d'activité.Les activités de transaction sur fonds de commerce et biens immobiliers.
    GRANT THORNTON EXECUTIVE a choisi de modifier le nom commercial sous lequel elle opère de non déterminé en DI FINANCES.

  • Dépôt des comptes

    22 mai 2014

    L'entreprise a déposé ses comptes annuels et rapports (arrêtés au 30/09/2013).

  • Dépôt des comptes

    10 juin 2013

    L'entreprise a déposé ses comptes annuels et rapports (arrêtés au 30/09/2012).

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Marque déposée (3)

  • DI FINANCES

    14 oct. 2003

    14 oct. 2023

    Marque renouvelée

    DIRECTEUR FINANCIER EXPERT

    14 oct. 2003

    14 oct. 2013

    Marque expirée

    DI FINANCES

    7 déc. 2001

    7 déc. 2011

    Marque expirée

Répartition par classe des marques

Classe principale

Les 3 classes les plus utilisées sont les classes 41, 36, 35. Une des 3 classes les plus utilisées est "Éducation, formation, divertissement".

ClassesNb de marques
41 1
36 1
35 1

Adresse Grant Thornton Executive (1)

  • Siret : 42161239100084 (siège social)

    Actif

    29 rue du Pont 92200 Neuilly-sur-Seine

    Conseil pour les affaires et autres conseils de gestion (7022Z)

    25 nov. 2016

    3 à 5

    Di Finances - Siret : 42161239100076

    Fermé

    4 rue Leon Jost 75017 Paris

    Conseil pour les affaires et autres conseils de gestion (7022Z)

    1 janv. 2009

    25 nov. 2016

  • Siret : 42161239100068

    Fermé

    58 rue de Prony (N°58 au 60) 75017 Paris

    Conseil pour les affaires et autres conseils de gestion (7022Z)

    21 juil. 2007

    1 janv. 2009

    Siret : 42161239100050

    Fermé

    47 rue Maurice Flandin 69003 Lyon

    Conseil pour les affaires et autres conseils de gestion (7022Z)

    10 août 2006

    1 janv. 2008

  • Siret : 42161239100043

    Fermé

    12 avenue Carnot (Multiburo) 44000 Nantes

    1 mars 2003

    31 janv. 2004

    Siret : 42161239100035

    Fermé

    3 rue Contrescarpe 44000 Nantes

    31 mai 2000

    1 mars 2003

  • Siret : 42161239100027

    Fermé

    90 avenue de Lanessan 69410 Champagne-au-Mont-d'Or

    14 mars 2000

    10 août 2006

    Siret : 42161239100019

    Fermé

    31 rue des Poissonniers 92200 Neuilly-sur-Seine

    4 déc. 1998

    21 juil. 2007

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    Up to date, accurate data is at the core of ASC 842 day 2 compliance challenges. ASC 842 compliance requires identifying, analyzing and reporting vast amounts of data---data that resides in different forms and in multiple systems that do not natively communicate with each other. The problem? ASC 842 compliance is not a one and done activity. Compliance data efforts are undone the minute the data changes---and it changes constantly. Grant Thornton’s LeaseCom Analytics is a proprietary tool that can help your organization automate lease completeness and payment reconciliations for ongoing ASC 842 compliance.

  • Get a cloud-based ERP success story

    5 déc. 2019

    Global firm’s CFO describes transitioning to cloud-based ERP as “an easy-to-tell success story.”

  • Get a cloud-based ERP success story

    5 déc. 2019

    Global firm’s CFO describes transitioning to cloud-based ERP as “an easy-to-tell success story.”

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