Wastson Farley & Williams records 14.6% jump in revenue
Watson Farley & Williams has recorded a 14.6 per cent jump in revenue in the 2013/14 financial year, growing the figure from £102.1m to £117m. The same period last year yielded just 2 per cent growth, from £99.9m to £102.1m.
One of the firm’s co-managing partners Lothar Wegener said: “While achieving £100m in annual revenue last year was a significant milestone for the firm, today’s result actually reflects growth of circa 100 per cent since 2008”.
Watson Farley & Williams has not yet announced its net profit, but a spokesperson said that the firm expects to see an increase of about 25 per cent on its 2012/13 figure.