Law firm set to see revenues rise to £161m
Law firm Gateley says it expects revenue for is year ending April 30 to be no less than £161m – a rise of 17% on the previous year.
The firm, which has a base in Leeds, added that profit is expected to be in line with expectations. Gateley made a surplus of £8m for the first six months of its financial year.
Rod Waldie, chief executive officer of Gateley, said: “I am pleased with the performance of the group, in what has been a challenging year politically and economically. I would like to thank our ever-expanding client base for their trust and support and our people who continue to work tirelessly to constantly deliver for our clients.
“Whilst the macro challenges facing the economy remain, we look forward to continuing to grow and diversify the business further, both organically and via acquisition. We remain committed to our purpose of delivering results that delight our clients, inspire our people and support our communities, and deliver strong returns for all of our stakeholders.”