Taylor Wessing’s revenues rise 4 per cent in first half of 2010-11

Taylor Wessing has seen revenues nudge past the £80m point after the firm grew by four per cent for the first six months of the financial year.

The firm brought in almost £81m, up from £77m for the comparable period during the 2009-10 financial year. This represented a drop of 15 per cent from £90.3m (2 December 2009).

Taylor Wessing made £177.9m for the full 2009-10 financial year.

Other firms to announce their half year revenues of late include Beachcroft, which fell by three per cent to £60m (24 November 2010) and Clyde & Co, which increased revenues by 10 per cent to £95m.