Top City trio keep quiet on first-half financials
A trio of top 10 firms have refused to offer any indications of turnover for the first half of the financial year, bucking the trend towards greater transparency within the profession. Clifford Chance (CC), Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer and Herbert Smith have all declined to indicate revenue at the six-month stage, despite the majority of the top 25 firms disclosing their figures.Allen & Overy announced its first half revenue on Friday (7 November) and Linklaters is set to confirm its H1 performance this week.
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