05 Jul 2012 | 05:33 pm |
Pinsent Masons today announced preliminary details of its unaudited results for the financial year to 30 April 2012. Turnover was £221m, up 4% on the previous year (2010/2011: £212m).
That figure does not include turnover from the McGrigors business, which had a strong financial performance during the same period (McGrigors operated a September year end prior to the merger). Incorporating the recent financial results for McGrigors, the turnover for the combined firm in the last 12 months was £295m.
Commenting on the news, Pinsent Masons' Managing Partner David Ryan said:
"Our results show that we are continuing to perform strongly in a difficult market. The continued investment in our staff and infrastructure has increased our ability to respond to changing client demand. The merger with McGrigors built on this, and as a combined firm we are in a strong position for growth in the coming years."
In the final 7 months of operation McGrigors LLP posted revenues of £42.5m, leaving it on course to post increased turnover relative to its 2010/11 figure of £70m.
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