Simmons accounts reveal 10% pay hike for management team as top earner takes £1.4m

Management team takes home £8.7m as pay for top earner rises 17%

Simmons & Simmons’ management team took home £8.7m between them in 2016-17, a 10% increase on the previous year, according to the firm’s latest limited liability partnership (LLP) accounts.

The newly-filed accounts state that the group’s combined remuneration rose from an equivalent figure of £7.9m the previous year. The key management team includes managing partner Jeremy Hoyland (pictured), senior partner Colin Passmore, members of the firm’s international executive committee, and the business services directors.

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