Merseyside-based law firm Brown Turner Ross has announced a 27.5% increase in half yearly profits.
The firm has proven buoyant during a wave of wider economic instability, reporting year on year increase in turnover, reported as £2,665,691 in 2019 and £2,431,383 in 2018, which has increased by 9.6%.
All areas of the business have performed strongly, particularly family law, commercial property and private client alongside the firm’s civil litigation work.
Brown Turner Ross has been growing over the last 18 months with a series of new hires and three new directors appointed and that expansion has been reflected in its blossoming financial figures.
Speaking about the figures, Sam Bushell, managing director at Brown Turner Ross said:
“Brown Turner Ross has had a record half year, and as expected, the figures are really impressive, we have seen a 27.5% increase in profit and a 14% increase in turnover.
“The continued dedication from our highly skilled and equally motivated team is paramount to the success of the firm, along with the support from our loyal and much loved clients.”
Kevin Ross, head of property at Brown Turner Ross added:
“We have made a number of strategic investments in the firm, focusing on our core strengths as a firm in family law, commercial property and private client work. The rewards from these investments are now coming into fruition and this is reflected in our success, which stands the business in good stead for our future work across the Liverpool City Region.”
"We have made a number of strategic investments in the firm, focusing on our core strengths as a firm in family law, commercial property and private client work. The rewards from these investments "
Kevin Ross, director at Brown Turner Ross
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