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The Europe and Asia offices of DLA Piper Rudnick Gray Cary generated a fee income of £366.7m for the last financial year.
DLA Piper Europe and Asia recorded a turnover of £322m during the 2004-05 financial year, ending in April 2005. Although the firm now reports figures based on a calendar year in line with its US operation, the latest figures are a like-for-like comparison to April 2006.
Global revenues for the whole firm are £847.3m with Europe and Asia accounting for 43 per cent.
Net profits for the European and Asian operations is £81.7m in 2005 while profit per equity partner (PEP) is £604,000. The 2004-05 PEP was £535,000 while global PEP for 2005 is £569,000.