Burness Paull set to award employees 5% bonus as firm posts ninth year of growth

The firm says it has defied a "choppy year" for the Scottish economy to reach revenue of £57.6m

Burness Paull will pay out bonuses of 5% to employees following a solid set of financial results, including a 7% increase in revenue to £57.6m.

Average profit per equity partner (PEP) at the Scottish firm also grew to hit £474,000, up from £452,791 last year, while profits rose to £23.8m, up 8% from £22m last year.

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