Gibraltar's Hassans reported revenue growth of six per cent last year, although headcount was unchanged. The firm made up five partners in July to bring its partner headcount to 36, which includes two Gibraltar government ministers.
One focus last year was a review of client service. Back-office support was improved to help fee earners prioritise service delivery. Hassans also implemented a new client communications tool and its investment in technology focuses on systems that enable better client communication.
Hassans is one of the larger offshore firms to provide a breakdown of its equity structure. Its partnership is now 75 per cent all-equity, with nine non-equity partners, three of which are female. It still has a leverage ratio of 1:2.
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