Dundas posts 35% partner profits dip as revenue falls by 12%
Dundas & Wilson has seen profit per equity partner (PEP) fall by more than a third during 2011-12, while revenue also saw a double-digit drop after a challenging financial year for the firm. Total turnover at the Scots firm fell to £54.5m from the total of £62m took in during the previous year - a 12% decrease - with PEP falling even more sharply, down 35% to £210,000 from last year’s figure of £325,000.
Dundas & Wilson has seen profit per equity partner (PEP) fall by more than a third during 2011-12, while revenue also saw a double-digit drop after a challenging financial year for the firm.
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