Big four firm sees profits soar by 18% to £356m
Accountancy firm KPMG say it has enjoyed its strongest growth in a decade with profits increasing by 18% to £356m.
Revenues were up at the big four firm by eight per cent to £2.338bn.
As a result partners at the big four firm the average pay of the 635 partners at the firm increased to £601,000 from £519,000 in 2017.
The results came in a year when its client Carillion collapsed and there have been widespread concerns about the audit sector that have led to multiple reviews of the industry.
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