Irwin Mitchell sees growth slow as profits inch downwards in second year since Thomas Eggar tie-up

National firm posts 2.8% uptick in revenue as profit growth proves elusive

Irwin Mitchell has posted a 2.8% uptick in revenue to £241.8m for 2017-18 – a slowdown on the 6% rise posted by the firm last year.

The results come after the firm’s second full financial year since its merger with regional outfit Thomas Eggar in December 2015, since which it has struggled to meet earlier expectations that the combined firm would have total revenues of about £250m.

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