Brexit vote worries brushed aside as EY grows income



Professional services giant EY has enjoyed solid full-year growth at its UK operations despite a pre-Brexit vote blip and has seen its Scottish headcount pass through the 1,000 “milestone”.
Figures released today show that UK fee income grew by 
7 per cent to £2.15 billion for the year to 1 July, compared with the previous 12 months. This takes the firm’s compound annual growth rate over the last five years to 8 per cent, adding almost £700 million to its revenues.
EY said that the slow-down in the run up to June’s EU referendum “reduced the momentum” of the firm’s overall performance.... read more

 
17 October 2016 in Business, Views: 47
Source: Scotsman
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