Kingsley Napley is predicting a rise of about 8% in both income and profits for 2014/15, the firm disclosed today.
Unaudited figures show the central London firm is on course to record revenues exceeding £31m for the year to 30 April, up 8-9% on the previous year, with profits of about £9.5m (up 8%). Profit per equity partner (PEP) is expected to be stable at about £400,000 (£409,000 in 2014).
PEP has risen steadily along with income since 2012, when it stood at £360,000.
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