PracticePeople In PracticeGlobal demand boosts Michael Page shares

Global demand boosts Michael Page shares

Major recruiter in accountancy sector reports leap in second quarter profits

Michael Page shares leapt to 595p yesterday after the accountancy recruiter
reported a 38% rise in gross profits for the second quarter of 2007.

The company specialises in accountants, lawyers and engineers, and saw
profits for the quarter climb to £121m.

The company has worked on overseas expansion with six new offices abroad and 
has more on the way.

Reported in the Daily Telegraph, Steve Ingham, chief executive,
said: ‘There is clearly a continuing strong demand for talent throughout the
globe and with a shortage of suitably qualified people, the sourcing of
candidates on an international basis is a key differentiator for Michael Page.’

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