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The highest-earning partner at Holman Fenwick Willan took home £1m in the 2010-11 financial year, the firm’s LLP accounts have revealed.
The member with the largest entitlement earned £1.08m, up on the £955,000 scooped by the highest-earning partner in the previous financial year. The equity spread at the firm was £310,000 to £620,000, according to The LawyerUK2002011.
Managing partner Greg Gray said: “The figure quoted in our latest LLP accounts is correct and relates to one very high-performingpartner in one of our international offices.”
Average profit per LLP member dropped by just under 8 per cent to £332,000 from £360,000 in 2009-10.
The drop comes at the same time as an 11 per cent increase in the average number of LLP members.
The firm turned over just under £113m in 2010-11, up from £100.6m in 2009-10.