Trowers accounts show impact of tough business conditions
Trowers & Hamlins saw total profits fall by a third in the last financial year as its UK and Middle East practices were buffeted by economic and political uncertainty. The information, available in the firm's 2010-11 limited liability partnership accounts recently filed on Companies House, shows to what extent the top 50 UK firm was affected by market conditions during its last financial year.
Trowers & Hamlins saw total profits fall by a third in the last financial year as its UK and Middle East practices were buffeted by economic and political uncertainty.
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