Hill Dicks top line dips below £100m after insurance business split as PEP heads upwards

Hill Dickinson describes Keoghs deal as 'great success' as PEP rises 7%

Hill Dickinson has posted revenues of £96.8m for the 2017-18 financial year, a 5% decrease on last year.

The fall in revenue, down from £101.7m in 2016-17, came alongside a 7% increase in profit per equity partner (PEP) from £274,000 to £294,000. Profit for distribution among the partnership was £15.7m.

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