Partners divided on reliability of PEP and need for transparency
Dentons' decision to cease publication of its annual profits per equity partner (PEP) has its backers within the legal profession: according to a survey of partners, just under half think financial transparency is 'irrelevant' to anyone outside the firm itself.
Last month Dentons reignited the debate on the validity of publishing profits per equity partner. Our latest Big Question survey shows that while many partners back the firm’s decision, others are unconvinced. Frances Ivens reports
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