Shearman sees revenues fall by more than 12% in London
Shearman & Sterling's London office has posted a drop in fee income of more than 12% for the 2009 financial year. The US firm's City arm, which is led by managing partner Anthony Ward, saw revenues fall by 12.4% to $99.7m (£63.6m) in 2009, compared to $113.8m ($72.5m) in 2008 and $132.6m (£84.5m) in 2007.
Shearman & Sterling’s London office has posted a drop in fee income of more than 12% for the 2009 financial year.
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