Macfarlanes accounts show top earner took home £2.2m for 2010-11
Macfarlanes' highest-paid member earned a £2.2m share of the firm's profits during the last financial year - almost double the equivalent figure in 2009-10 of £1.15m. The figure, which includes payments made in relation to the partner's retirement, is contained within Macfarlanes' limited liability partnership (LLP) accounts, which were recently filed with Companies House.
Macfarlanes’ highest-paid member earned a £2.2m share of the firm’s profits during the last financial year – almost double the equivalent figure in 2009-10 of £1.15m.
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