PracticeAccounting FirmsPwC’s legal arm in Spain sees strong revenue increase

PwC's legal arm in Spain sees strong revenue increase

Landwell-PwC revenues grow by 10%

Landwell-PwC,
the legal arm of PricewaterhouseCoopers in
Spain, has posted end-of-year figures which revealed that turnover increase by
just over 10% to reach €84m (£56.75m).

In its previous financial year – 2005 – turnover only grew by 1.6%. The new
growth figures consolidated its position as Spain’s fourth-largest law firm.

The growth was attributed to a focus on M&A and labour law in a lively
corporate market, while it also saw growth in tax advice to Spanish companies
looking to expand abroad, as well as increasing its involvement in public sector
projects.

Further reading:

New name for PwC’s law firm

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