Norton Rose has revealed its preliminary revenue for the first quarter of this year, disclosing a 9 per cent increase on last year’s figures.
The Group's full year revenue, which now includes Canada and South Africa, is US$1.32 billion.
The firm would not release Australia specific figures to The New Lawyer.
On a like-for-like basis, the latest figures equates to a 9 per cent increase on the last financial year (including currency differences), when the Group reported the turnover of US$814 million for Norton Rose LLP and Norton Rose Australia.
Peter Martyr, Group Chief Executive, Norton Rose Group said: "The benefits of the Group are obvious. We are seeing strong growth across the business internationally”.
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