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Watson, Farley & Williams’ half-year revenue up 8% year-on-year

26 November 2014

Watson, Farley & Williams (“WFW”), a leading international firm, is pleased to announce that its global turnover for the first half of this financial year to 31 October 2014 was £56.8 million, eight percent ahead of the same period last year.

Financial results for the previous year to 30 April 2014 saw total turnover reach £117m, 14.6% ahead of 2013 results.

Watson, Farley & Williams Managing Partner Chris Lowe, said: “This is a very encouraging result for the firm. Whilst it is difficult to predict the outcome of the complete year, we have seen a good level of client demand across our core sectors and are continuing to expand our offering in these and other services, producing a strong start to the year.”

Watson, Farley & Williams Managing Partner Lothar Wegener, said: “We have invested in our international operations in recent years, opening six new offices in five jurisdictions since 2008, most recently in Dubai in September. We continue to be busy around the globe, seeing the returns on our strategy of strengthening our international reach.”