Freshfields posts double-digit PEP hike as firm restarts revenue growth

PEP shoots up by 12% as firm returns to growth after last year's flat revenues

Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer has posted a 5% uptick in global revenue for 2017-18, following what managing partner Stephan Eilers called “a very satisfactory year”.

Global revenues rose by £73m to reach £1.403bn, alongside a 12% profit per equity partner (PEP) hike to £1.734m.

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