A&O's annual LLP report reveals £40m fall in cash reserves
Allen & Overy's (A&O's) limited liability partnership (LLP) cash reserves dipped by £40m during the last financial year as a result of the magic circle law firm's restructuring. Details of the LLP's cashflow contained within A&O's annual report show £31.7m in the bank at the end of April 2009, compared with £72.4m at the same date the previous year.
Allen & Overy’s (A&O’s) limited liability partnership (LLP) cash reserves dipped by £40m during the last financial year as a result of the magic circle law firm’s restructuring.
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