Praxity revenues up 11.8% in 2011

by Nick Huber

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23 Jan 2012

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PRAXITY, a global alliance of accounting firms, said that its members' revenues increased by 11.8% increase in 2011.

The alliance - whose members include Mazars, IFM Trust in Jersey, the Channel Islands, and MNP, a top-10 Canadian firm - said that its collective revenue increased from $3.3bn (£2.11bn) in 2010 to US $3.7bn (£2.37bn) in 2011.

Member firms' audit and accountancy revenue rose by 16.1% and tax services 9.6%. Corporate recovery revenue grew by 43.7% and management consulting by 12.2%.

By region, firms' revenue soared by 82% in Asia Pacific, 13.6% in Africa & Middle East, 11.7% in Latin America, 10.9% in North America and 2.9% in Europe.

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