Dentons posts 36% PEP hike as revenues rise in first financial results since Maclays tie-up

Firm posts sharp PEP increase to reach £651,000 as Scots merger boosts UK and Middle East revenues

Dentons has posted a double-digit increase in revenue for its UK and Middle East (UKME) arm alongside a sharp rise in profit per equity partner (PEP) for 2017-18.

Revenue hit £203.1m, an increase of 22% on £166.4m in 2016-17. This figure includes revenues from Scots firm Maclay Murray & Spens, which Dentons merged with in November last year.

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