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  • Overview

    Leading South East law firm, Thomson Snell & Passmore, has announced a 3.1% increase in fee income from the previous year, demonstrating consistent growth. The firm has reported fee income of £22.65 million for the financial year which ended on 5 June 2020.

    The results mark the seventh consecutive period of growth for the firm in its landmark 450th anniversary year, despite a challenging final quarter due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

    Moving forward, newly appointed Senior Partner Joanna Pratt, alongside CEO Sarah Henwood and the rest of the Thomson Snell & Passmore senior management team, will be harnessing the firm’s expertise and experience to navigate the ongoing challenges presented by the coronavirus, with a view to continuing to drive organic growth in the long term.

    Commenting on the results, Joanna Pratt, Senior Partner says:

    “Our latest financial results are issued against the unprecedented backdrop of a global pandemic. These are challenging times for all, but as a firm we have a long history of adapting to change and guiding clients through many difficult and uncertain situations. As always, we remain committed to supporting our clients, communities and staff as we navigate a new way forward.”

    Published July 2020

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