Law firm Thomson Snell & Passmore expects at least a 10% jump in turnover and profits when it finalises its annual results for this year.
The company, based in Tunbridge Wells and Dartford, has grown its traditional stronghold of private client work by 23% over the last two years but its growth has increasingly been due to investment in commercial activity which has expanded by 31% over the same period.
Chief executive Simon Slater said: “This year we are pretty confident we will achieve another 10% growth in revenue.
“Over the last two years, most organisations have still been emerging from a long downturn.
“This firm has emerged in good shape and got back into investment mode.
The full article is available to read online, published by Kent Business on 10 May 2016: Thomson Snell & Passmore expects 10% jump in turnover and profits