DLA sees revenue fall after post-Brexit currency slump while PEP rises to record high
Currency fluctations hit revenues as focus on costs and efficiency drives 5% PEP rise
DLA Piper has posted mixed financial results for 2016, with significant currency fluctuations resulting in a rare drop in revenue, while profits rose thanks to a drive to cut costs, improve productivity and target higher value work.
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