Halliwells buyout helps Gateley post 19 per cent turnover rise

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  • The purchase price paid to Halliwells Administrators combined with the additional overheads ought to have led to a greater increase in in turnover. It would be very interesting to know what the Manchester office contributed. Halliwells claimed to be turning over 80M in its pomp so it looks like the Insurance Division which didn't move to Gateley Waring was the power house after all. Many of us will remember how many Halliwells commercial partners tried to deny that fact. I suspect that Manchester's contribution to GW's turnover figures will prove it. It will be interesting to see whether the sub LLP operated in Manchester/all of the Manchester partners survive the next 12 months.

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  • 18 trainees have been made up to associate - once again Gateleys doesnt make sense!!!!!!
    Seems that Gateley management have taken their eyes off the ball again.

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  • It looks like the Manchester lock in may not be quite so long for some of the partners!

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  • Manchester are gonna' leave...good for them.

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  • Manchester are going to run....good for them. They were stitched up by Gateleys. Heaven only knows why any of the staff stayed. Commendable loyalty.

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