Managing partner Jeremy Hoyland described the results for H1 of 2015/16 as being 'solid' rather than 'spectacular'. Its revenue in the six-month period was £2 million up, at £142 million.
Mr Hoyland said the firm is shifting its focus to locating resources into faster growing areas, such as regulatory and fintech. He said: ' I'm less and less keen on the generalists and non-sector focused activities. We need to get as much of our resources focused on sectors. Being all things to all people is not what the clients want.' Source: Legal Business