International offices have played a significant role in boosting revenues over the last year, cushioning firms as economic conditions in the U.K. have deteriorated.

With most of the U.K.’s biggest players investing heavily in overseas offices in recent years, most have been able to benefit not only from the stronger markets in regions such as the Middle East and Asia but also from the strength of the euro against sterling.

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