Harper Macleod revenue and PEP rise in 2016/17
Harper Macleod has reported its latest financial results, posting a 3.5 per cent rise in revenue, which increased from £25.7m in 2015/16 to £26.6m in 2016/17. This year’s growth tapered off from last year’s revenue increase of 17 per cent from £22.1m to £25.7m.
According to CEO Martin Darroch, the firm viewed 2016/17 as a year of consolidation following the prior year’s growth efforts.
Average profit per equity partner (PEP) came in at £186,000, a 3.3 per cent increase over last year’s figure of £180,000.
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