PracticeAccounting FirmsSolid growth for UHY Hacker Young

Solid growth for UHY Hacker Young

Fee income up 10% in last year

UHY Hacker Young, ranked 19th on the
current Accountancy Age
Top 50
, has recorded a 10% increase in fee income over the last 12 months.

The firm saw fee income climb to £39.7m. after a number of its service lines
grew at record rates in the year ended 30 April 2007.

High profile administrations at
The Sportsman newspaper
and World Gaming helped the firm grow its turnaround and recovery business by
13% to £5.3m while audit and accounting grew by 9% to £19.9m.

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