Bondholder Mazars has reported its fifth successive year of growth, and an increase in income of nearly 40% since 2012.
The firm’s overall fee income increased from £149 million to £160 million, representing 7% growth.
Phil Verity, UK Senior Partner said: “I am proud that we have achieved such consistent growth in our business with increases in turnover and profit. Our growth has been sustainable and provides an excellent foundation for the next four years.
“Looking ahead we will continue to invest in our business to achieve further long-term sustainable growth. Our people are critical to this and we remain committed to nurturing and developing talent to deliver trust, create value and offer exceptional service to our clients.”
The firm has also recently announced the appointment of Kumail Dhirani as Audit Senior.
Kumail joins the company after a four and a half year career working as an auditor in Tanzania in the Eastern African branch of an international accountancy firm.
Kumail said: “Mazars has a fantastic reputation not just in the UK but worldwide and coupled with its impressive size and plans for further growth, I knew that the firm would be best placed for me to continue my auditing career.
"Mazars is well equipped with highly experienced individuals who specifically serve the needs of their clients which was also something that attracted me to the role. I believe that as auditors we tailor our approach to suit the client and I was pleased to see that at Mazars, they shared the same aims, objectives and work methods that I have always found important.”