Baker McKenzie grows London revenues as pay for top earner more than doubles to £2.6m

Accounts reveal huge increase in pay for top London earner as City revenues rise to £187m

Baker McKenzie’s London revenues grew by 6% during the 2016-17 financial year, as the firm’s top earner in the City saw their pay more than double, according to the firm’s latest limited liability partnership (LLP) accounts.

The accounts, which cover the firm’s London business, show turnover rose from £176.1m to £187.3m for the year ending 30 June 2017, while profit for distribution grew 15% from £70m to £80.7m.

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