Revenue gap increases in 2017 for UK firms
Among firms listed in the UK 200, the size difference between the group’s largest and smallest firms has widened compared to last year. According to this year’s UK 200 Independents report released on 9 October by The Lawyer, the gap has widened by nearly 6 per cent.
Large firms such as DLA Piper, Clifford Chance, and Allen & Overy have grown to become larger than the collective group of 100 Independents. Overall, the gap between the largest and smallest firms grew to £1.667bn, a 5.6 per cent increase over last year’s figure of £1.578bn.
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