Linklaters sees PEP growth halt as firm cites impact of investment

Firm posts 6% revenue rise as PEP falls for first time in almost 10 years

Linklaters has seen profit per equity partner (PEP) fall for the first time in almost a decade, alongside a 6% revenue rise for 2017-18.

The magic circle firm saw revenue rise 5.9% from £1.44bn to £1.52bn during the year, a performance the firm said represented a 4.8% increase on a constant currency basis.

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