Osborne Clarke shrugs off Brexit concerns to post double-digit revenue and PEP hikes

Firm posts 11% UK PEP hike to £711,000 as international revenues rise 14%

Osborne Clarke (OC) has returned to double-digit revenue growth for the 2017-18 financial year, with international revenues rising 14% to €273m (£240m).

In 2016-17 the firm saw revenues creep up 3.7%, after a year that UK managing partner Ray Berg (pictured) described as “challenging”, given the uncertainty around Brexit.

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