Bond Pearce grew revenue by 11% in year prior to merger with Dickinson Dees
Bond Pearce saw turnover and profit climb in the year prior to its May merger with Dickinson Dees. Accounts filed at Companies' House show revenue grew by more than 11% to £51.8m last year, up from £46.5m in 2011-12. The 2012-13 audited figure is £1.5m higher than the earnings reported by the firm in August.
Bond Pearce saw both turnover and profit climb in the year prior to its May merger with Dickinson Dees.
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