Top 50 Accountants

Posted on: June 30, 2009

Accountancy Age reports that of this year’s top 50 firms, 39 (78%) have seen their growth rates squashed and nine saw their revenues decline. Only nine saw their growth rate increased. 3,000 jobs in the top 50 firms were lost. In the next 50 firms, almost half had growth rates lower than 5%.

The top 20 now looks like this:

1. PricewaterhouseCoopers £2,244m (+7%)
2. Deloitte £2,010m (+16%)
3. KPMG £1,619m (-11%)
4. Ernst & Young £1,282
5. Grant Thornton £394m
6. BDO Stoy Hayward £353m
7. Baker Tilly £204
8. Smith & Williamson £189m
9. Tenon Group £160m
10. PKF (UK) £141m
11. Moore Stephens UK £126m
12. Mazars £102m
13. Vantis £97.50
14. RSM Bentley Jennison £80m
15. Begbies Traynor Group £61m
16. Haines Watts £58m
17. Saffery Champness £51m
18. Horwarth Clark Whitehill £46m
19. UHY Hacker Young Group £46m
20. Kingston Smith £43m

Top 50 partners by gender – 88.7% male, 11.3% female.

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