PracticeAccounting FirmsDeloitte’s Connolly makes £5.7m

Deloitte's Connolly makes £5.7m

The head of Deloitte cements his place as the UK's highest-earning accountant

John Connolly, UK senior partner and global chairman for Deloitte, earned
£5.7m for the year, annual results released today reveal.

In addition to Connolly’s 22% rise in salary, a further 650 partners at the
firm pocketed an average of £970,000 for the year to 31 May.

Annual profits for the firm rose 16% to more than £650m, with revenues rising
by 11% to £2.01bn.

Connolly’s tenure at the firm began in 1999 and these latest results
strengthen the chairman’s reputation as the UK’s highest-earning accountant.

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