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Howard Kennedy records 27 per cent profits growth

'The firm's post-merger strategy delivers real benefit', says Ian Harvey

7 July 2015

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Top-100 UK law firm Howard Kennedy has reported a 27 per cent jump in net profits for the year ended 30 April 2015.

Profits increased from £5.1m to £6.48m, resulting in profits for senior members rising by £81,000 to £360,000.

Revenues grew by seven per cent to £43.77m, while revenues per lawyer increased from £283,000 to £290,000 year on year.

"These figures demonstrate that the firm's post-merger strategy delivers real benefit for our clients and staff," said chief executive Ian Harvey.

The firm merged with boutique London practice CKFT in May 2014.

In January 2013, Howard Kennedy and Finers Stephens Innocent merged under the name of HowardKennedyFSI.

In late 2014, the firm dropped 'FSI' from its branding. It also moved into new offices in November 2014, consolidating its overheads.

The London law firm currently has 76 partners and 288 staff.




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