Accountants and Business Advisers report another strong year of growth

Featuring Andrew Richards | 20th September, 2018

In 2016 South West based accountants and business advisers PKF Francis Clark joined PKF, the international network of independently owned accountancy practices which has a global presence in 150 countries.

PKF UK and Ireland comprises PKF BBA, PKF Cooper Parry, PKF FPM, PKF Francis Clark, Johnston Carmichael, PKF KLSA and PKF Littlejohn. This year PKF’s operations in the UK and Ireland reported fee income growth of 9% to £171.8m to May 2018.

Within the UK, PKF was once again ranked 11th in Accountancy Age’s annual ‘50+50’ rankings of leading accountancy practices. The network also consolidated its ninth place in both the Audit and Tax league tables, which were published earlier this week.

PKF Francis Clark Managing Partner, Andrew Richards said:

“The results are very pleasing, PKF Francis Clark itself has grown exponentially over the last few years, with annual revenue of £45.2 million, a team of more than 700 people and 54 partners.

“Being part of the PKF Family has enabled us to build on that growth, providing better support to clients both here in the UK and around the world especially those with international and cross border interests.”

Carmine Papa, Managing Partner of PKF Littlejohn, said:

“We’re proud to have reported another year of strong growth across the UK and Ireland – it’s encouraging to see such an impressive return on the investment that we’re making.

“The continued expansion over the last 12 months shows the strength and ambition of the PKF UKI network across all 31 of our offices, from Elgin in the north to St Clement in the south.

“The results are a reflection of the quality of the service that we provide to our longstanding clients, as well as the new work we’re winning. We will remain focused on our people and processes to make sure that we continue to offer our clients the very best possible advice and support.”

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