PwC’s legal arm posts 12 per cent rise in turnover

The legal arm of PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) in Spain, Landwell-PwC, has posted its best end-of-year figures in several years, witnessing a turnover increase of 12 per cent.

Landwell added e10m (£7.54m) on to last year’s tally to hit e94m (£70.83m).

The figures show improved growth for the firm, with Landwell increasing revenue by 10 per cent in 2006 and by only one per cent in 2005.

Managing partner Juan Ramón Ramos said: “Given that we’ve already increased turnover by 20 per cent on last year since December 2007, we’re expecting our final figures for 2008 to be very good.”

Landwell will still have to work hard to keep up with its rivals. Last week competitor Cuatrecasas posted a turnover increase of 18 per cent to hit e225m (£169.55m).