Maclays LLPs reveal 80% drop in net debt and 11% partnership reduction
Maclay Murray & Spens reduced its net debt by more than 80% during the last financial year, according to the firm's latest limited liability partnership (LLP) filings. During 2009-10 the big four Scots firm saw net debt come down from £3.4m to £547,000 by the firm's year end of 31 May, according to the filings with Companies House. Cash at the bank and in hand increased to £935,000, up from £199,000 the previous year.
Maclay Murray & Spens reduced its net debt by more than 80% during the last financial year, according to the firm’s latest limited liability partnership (LLP) filings.
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