Barnett Waddingham posts 9% rise in revenues to break £100m turnover milestone

Jonathan Stapleton
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Barnett Waddingham has published its annual report and accounts, revealing a 9% rise in revenues to £107.9m and a 5% increase in pre-tax profits to £29.7m in the year to 31 May.

The consultant - whose headcount now stands at 1,286 people in eight offices - said it had remained profitable in all four quarters despite the pandemic, noting the story of its year had been one of "resilience"....

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