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Field Fisher Waterhouse (FFW) has undergone a thorough restructuring that has helped boost average profits per partner (PPP) by 12 per cent, while those at the top of equity will now take home £500,000, a rise of 33 per cent. The firm has rejigged its management board, revamped its remuneration system and slashed non-performing partners […]

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