Accounts roundup: Norton Rose, Pinsents, Ashurst and Dentons report figures
Dentons reports jump in profit as Pinsents climbs back into the black wiping out its net debt
Revenue at Dentons‘ UK, Middle East and Africa (UKMEA) arm increased by 6% last financial year from £148m to £157m while its profit before tax grew by 11% from £38m to £42m, the firm’s accounts reveal.
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