Mills & Reeve posts record annual turnover of £111m

Mills & Reeve posts record annual turnover of £111m

Mills & Reeve has enjoyed another solid year of growth with turnover rising to £110.9 million—an increase of 4.3% on last year.

As a result of the strong financial performance, the firm has announced an all-staff bonus of £1,500 for every full-time employee who has been with Mills & Reeve for at least a year.

Mills & Reeve’s Leeds office reported an 11% rise in fee income following organic growth and new client wins.

It was also a year that Mills & Reeve unveiled a fresh new visual brand identity with the launch of its new website.

Commenting on the last 12 months, Claire Clarke, managing partner of Mills & Reeve, said: “It’s been another great year for Mills & Reeve and we are delighted that the hard work of everyone who works at the firm has been formally recognised through a number of major award wins and accolades.”

“It’s also pleasing that growth has been achieved at the same time we have invested in a number of high-profile lateral hires in key areas of the business and the implementation of major infrastructure projects, including a new project management system and website.”

“The growth of the firm would not be possible without the hard work of our people in delivering outstanding service to our clients. We are also proud that our people and our culture remain front and centre of everything we do and are key to our success.”

Philip Way (pictured), head of the Leeds office, commented: “It has been an excellent year which has seen all our teams produce a strong performance following new client wins and increased instructions from existing clients.”

“The corporate and commercial teams have advised on many transactions both in the region and nationally, particularly in the technology and healthcare sectors, while the dispute team has further cemented its reputation as one of the pre-eminent professional negligence teams in Yorkshire following an excellent performance.”

“The real estate team continues to act for high profile players in the sector and our private client teams remain the go-to experts for high-net-worth individuals and businesses in the region after securing a wealth of new clients.

Way added: “One of the firm’s key strengths is its sector focus and, following on from the success of last year’s Top Tech Yorkshire which is designed to celebrate dynamic companies which are putting the county on the map as a growing hub for technological innovation, we are looking forward to launching the initiative again this autumn.”

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