Keystone Law sees revenue jump 24% in first results since IPO

Keystone posts strong revenue increase as it reveals flotation costs of more than £600,000

James Knight

Keystone Law has reported a 24% increase in revenue to £31.6m for the year ended 31 January 2018, in its first results since floating.

Alongside the revenue increase, the firm saw operating profit rise 29% from £1.7m to £2.3m, alongside a gross profit increase of 32% from £6.5m to £8.7m.

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