Winckworth Sherwood has grown its revenue to £43 million, up 8.5% on the previous year and maintained its solid profit base. The firm has continued to grow year on year by delivering strong performance across all areas of its business despite the current economic and political challenges in the UK.
Managing Partner, Roger Fitton, said: “This is a great firm-wide performance in what continues to be an uncertain economic and political environment. Our success stems from the quality of service we provide to our clients and from all our teams who focus on client service”.
Lateral hires in 2017/18 included: Real Estate Partner, Andrew Kinsey; Data Protection and Regulatory Partners, Toni Vitale and Jon Baldwin; and International Private Client Partner, Dhana Sabanathan. As well as the internal promotion to Partner of Katie Spooner in the Family team.
Winckworth Sherwood also bucked the gender pay gap trend this year reporting higher rates for women compared with men on an hourly rate basis, submitted as part of the Government’s new gender pay gap reporting requirement. The firm continues to operate gender neutral policies.