Taylor Wessing's senior management pay dips as Hill Dickinson's top earner compensation increases

Hill Dickinson and Taylor Wessing accounts highlight increase in staff costs for both firms

Taylor Wessing’s senior management team saw combined pay dip marginally last year, as Hill Dickinson’s highest-paid partner took home 5% more than the previous year, according to the firms’ limited liability partnership (LLP) accounts.

Taylor Wessing saw operating profit decrease from £49.8m to £47.6m in 2016-17, with senior managers – including managing partner Tim Eyles (pictured) – seeing combined pay fall from £6m to £5.8m.

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