Norton Rose sees £47m increase in turnover in 2010-11

June 16, 2011 Norton Rose has announced its financial results for the 2010-22 financial year, posting revenues of £484m for its international operations. This figure represents a £47m increase in turnover since the firm merged with Australian firm Deacons last year.

Chief executive Peter Martyr confirmed that the firm is quite happy with the financial results, saying: “It’s been reasonably strong growth. It’s good to see the business growing.” Martyr added that the strongest contributions came from some of the corporate and banking practices, as well as the litigation group.

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