In the money

April 1993
Accountancy;Apr93, Vol. 111 Issue 1196, p25
Trade Publication
This article reports on the increase in fee income made by consulting firm Andersen Consulting in Great Britain for the year ended on December 31, 1992. The company has continued to defy market trends, reporting a 25% increase in its British fee income for the year to £215 million. Worldwide consulting fee income amounted to £1.7 billion. The consulting division also increased its number of professional staff over the year by 19%, from 1,790 to 2,125.


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