Ernst & Young grew revenues by 4.6% in 2007/08, according to figures
newly available at Companies House.
The firm increased revenues to £1.28bn for its year end 30 June 2008, from
1.23bn a year earlier.
PricewaterhouseCoopers grew by 7% for 2007/08, while Deloitte grew by 11.5% and
KPMG 3% for their 2008 year-ends.
‘Our growth stands up well to our competitors,’ said an E&Y spokeswoman.
E&Y chairman Mark Otty took home a £2.2m share in profits for the period.
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