PracticeAccounting FirmsBDO reports solid 2004 revenues

BDO reports solid 2004 revenues

BDO International has boasted a solid increase in fee revenue for its member firms in 2004, led in particular by its Middle-Eastern offices.

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The network of accountancy firms saw fee income increase by 13% to $3bn (£1.6bn) up to 30 September.

Middle-Eastern revenues rose most sharply over the 12 months, up by 20%, while Europe and North America grew by 8% and 9% respectively.

BDO took on 50 offices worldwide over the last year, taking its total to 621 with staff numbers up to 25,118. The network also welcomed new member firms in Serbia-Montenegro, Mauritius and Finland.

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