Bevan Brittan boosts partner profits by 35% as revenue remains static
Bevan Brittan has seen profits per equity partner (PEP) increase by 35%, the firm announced today (16 July). PEP for 2008-09 stood at £222,000 compared with £164,000 in 2007-08, with the increase coming against a marginal dip in turnover to £41.1m compared to £41.6m the previous year. Overall profits increased by 56% to £8.6m.
Bevan Brittan has seen profits per equity partner (PEP) increase by 35%, the firm announced today (16 July).
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