Dentons accounts reveal £7m bank loan and £3m cost of restructuring
Denton Wilde Sapte increased its bank debt to £15.9m over the last financial year after taking out a £7m loan, the firm's limited liability partnership (LLP) accounts have revealed. Information contained within the 2008-09 accounts shows that the firm's bank debt increased from £8.8m in 2007-08 to £15.9m last year after the firm opted to borrow extra cash.
Denton Wilde Sapte increased its bank debt to £15.9m over the last financial year after taking out a £7m loan, the firm’s limited liability partnership (LLP) accounts have revealed.
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