Eversheds sees revenue increase by 6.7% for first half of the year
Eversheds has saw revenue increase by 6.7 per cent in the first half of the 2011-12 financial year, with turnover increasing to £184.2m over the six month period, against an equivalent figure of £172.6m last year.
Eversheds chief executive Bryan Hughes said: "All of our key indicators are positive, with activity and billings ahead of last year. Our strong revenue position has flown down to the margins, with a £10m increase in net profit."
He added: "It goes without saying that market conditions remain interesting, in recent weeks changing by the hour. However, we have had a good half year which gives us a robust platform for the next six months."
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