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Updated List of Accounting Firm Average Partner Profits In the UK For 2021

Hey Grant Thornton UK partners, how y’all livin’? Probably not too bad these days, now that the average profit for those of you in the club went up 34% to £611,000 in 2021. With GT releasing its 2021 average partner pay yesterday, as well as firm profits and net revenue, we’ve updated our list of average partner profits at the largest accounting firms in the UK in 2021.

  • Deloitte: £854,000 (plus an extra £197,000 from the sale of its restructuring division)
  • PwC: £868,000
  • BDO: £760,000
  • EY: £749,000
  • KPMG: £688,000
  • Grant Thornton: £611,000
  • RSM: £500,000 (2020-21 financial year)

If we missed one, shoot us an email and let us know.

Grant Thornton’s UK profits rise by more than a third [Financial Times]

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