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Keystone chief executive trims stake

Keystone chief executive trims stake

Keystone Law (KEYS) distinguishes itself from the small cohort of listed law firms through its platform model – a network of lawyers who work from their own offices and are connected to the group’s central office through its proprietary software. Continuing to build scale in the first half of the year, there was a net increase of 34 lawyers, bringing the total to 355. While investment in client meeting rooms and ‘hot desks’ kept gross margins flat at 27 per cent, statutory pre-tax profit rose by 12 per cent to £2.4m.

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