Trowers posts double-digit revenue increase as top line nears £100m mark

Firm sees revenue rise by 12% against a 1% increase in PEP

Trowers & Hamlins has announced a double-digit rise in turnover against a modest increase in profit per equity partner (PEP) for 2016-17.

The firm saw revenue grow 13.3% from £85.6m to £97m during the financial year, while PEP increased by 1% from £310,000 to £312,000.

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