The results will be announced at a press conference this morning at the firm’s Southwark offices.
According to this year’s Top 50, PwC’s 2002 revenues were estimated at £2.3bn, with its 797 UK partners bringing in fees of £2.9m each.
Last week, Ernst & Young released results which showed revenues had increased by 8%, while in July Deloitte revealed a 33% growth in annual revenue, with much of it down to the transaction with Andersen.
KPMG’s 2003 results are not due out until next year.
More to follow later today.
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