Chief executive officer Simon Slater speaks to Kent Business about a 16% increase in revenues in the first half of the year for Thomson Snell & Passmore.
Thomson Snell & Passmore have recorded a 16% increase in revenues in the first half of the year to £9.8 million; however still remain cautious about the remainder of the year.
Simon says, “In a post referendum world, we are quietly pleased with the momentum being maintained across the business.
“Our strategic investments are paying off, particularly within the commercial practice, and it is a testament to the quality of our private client offering that growth across the firm continues to be so strong.
“We remain realistic about the second half of the financial year. Continued uncertainty around Article 50 may yet have an impact, however as the world’ s oldest law firm we pride ourselves on being a constant in times of uncertainty so hopefully this will stand us in good stead.”
The full article is available online, first published by the Kent Business on 12 December 2016: Thomson Snell & Passmore grows revenues but remains cautious about Brexit impact