Leading North West law firm, SAS Daniels LLP, has reported a turnover increase of 18% to £2.35million in Q1 2016, compared to the first quarter of last year. This firm-wide growth affirms SAS Daniels’ continued growth trajectory that has seen turnover increase by almost 75% in the past five years.
Notable growth was achieved by the Family team and Commercial Property team with a 50% increase in turnover in Q1. The Corporate team saw a jump of 33% in turnover and continues to increase both its deal book and client wins.
Jeremy Orrell, Head of the Corporate team and Finance Partner at SAS Daniels, comments, “Our Q1 figures highlight the strength of the organic growth strategy adopted by our senior management team. While some law firms have found the last period a challenge with some posting mixed results, our significant growth across key service areas demonstrates SAS Daniels’ advice is increasingly sought after and valued by existing and new clients”.
SAS Daniels’ growth strategy focuses on building leading practice groups out of the firm’s four offices based in Stockport, Macclesfield, Chester and Congleton. The growth demonstrates that the firm has seen no real impact from Brexit or other economic factors on its business to date.
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