Dundas & Wilson has asked its staff to consider taking unpaid leave after the firm posted an 11.8 percent drop in revenues for the financial year.

Turnover at the big four Scottish firm fell to 66 million pounds ($108.6 million) from the previous year’s figure of 74.8 million pounds ($123 million in today’s dollars), while the firm’s profits per equity partner dropped by 20 percent from last year’s figure of 385,000 pounds ($633,000 in today’s dollars) to a new mark of 308,000 pounds ($506,700).

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