Editor's Note

Back office centres: three’s the charm


With December just around the corner it’s almost time for our annual review of the year, but ahead of that we have something for you that harks back to one of 2015’s highlights.

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Financial Insight


Brodies increases costs to boost profit

4-Aug-2015 | By Jonathon Manning

Last week Brodies announced its fifth consecutive year of growth with turnover increasing 11 per cent to £57.9m and profit up 14 per cent to £27.1m, but despite these positive results the firm’s costs also soared.

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Financial News

Ray Berg

Osborne Clarke sees half-year revenues jump by 25 per cent

20-Nov-2015 | By Rachel Moloney

Osborne Clarke has seen its global revenues jump by 25 per cent in the first half of the 2015/16 financial year, up from €89.1m (£62.3m) to €111m (£77.6m).


Fieldfisher reveals 8 per cent half-year revenue rise to £58.4m

10-Nov-2015 | By Rachel Moloney

Fieldfisher’s half-year global revenue has beat the firm’s target, with an 8 per cent increase from £54.3m to £58.4m for the first six months of the 2015/16 financial year.


Australian independent Minter Ellison returns to growth with 2 per cent turnover rise

9-Nov-2015 | By Yun Kriegler

Australia’s largest firm Minter Ellison has announced a rise of 2.3 per cent in its 2014/15 turnover.


Fladgate expands office as half-year results show 12 per cent rise in revenue

2-Nov-2015 | By Matt Byrne

Fladgate has announced a provisional 12 per cent rise in turnover to £19.1m at its half-year point, becoming the first UK firm to unveil its mid-point revenue.

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Management News


Gideon Moore confirmed as Linklaters new managing partner

3-Nov-2015 | By Rachel Moloney

Linklaters banking head Gideon Moore has won the magic circle firm’s managing partner race to replace outgoing Simon Davies. 


Exclusive: HMRC prepares for judicial review into Manches administration

29-Sep-2015 | By Tabby Kinder

The creditors of liquidated firm Manches are seeking legal advice to bring a judicial review of the Solicitors Regulation Authority’s (SRA) handling of the liquidation after being left with a £4.2m shortfall in tax receipts.

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