Barlows forecasts £17m turnover hike in wake of Halliwells deal
Barlow Lyde & Gilbert has predicted a £17m increase in turnover following its acquisition of Halliwells' Manchester insurance arm last year. The firm's limited liability partnership (LLP) accounts, recently filed on Companies House, show that the firm expects to see revenues increase by £17m as a direct result of taking on "the majority of partners, staff and business of the insurance group of Halliwells" in July 2010.
Barlow Lyde & Gilbert has predicted a £17m increase in turnover following its acquisition of Halliwells’ Manchester insurance arm last year.
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