The list of the Accountancy Age’s Top 50+50 Firms for 2023 has been unveiled, and we are thrilled to announce that ECOVIS has once again secured an even higher position at No.83 among the top 50+50 practices in the UK. This marks a notable rise by 6 places from 2022 in what continues to be a competitive marketplace.
Our remarkable growth rate of 32.95% in the past year places us at the 9th position among the entire Top 100. It’s noteworthy that many of the 8 firms with a higher growth rate achieved their increase in revenues through mergers and acquisitions, particularly by consolidators, whereas our growth is predominantly organic.
To provide context, if we had maintained our revenues at the same level as 2022, we would have slipped 5 places to No. 94.
“We are probably the fastest (organically) growing firm in the top 100 for the 2nd year running! This is an amazing achievement by the whole team at ECOVIS Wingrave Yeats.
How have we achieved it? Referrals from happy clients and contacts that have been looked after by our brilliant team. The accountancy market is full of M&A but we’re proudly independent and will be for the long term. Stability and focus on the long term are delivering excellent results in the short term. Well done to everyone at the firm!” Stuart Hinds, ECOVIS Managing Partner.
We are proud to share that an article discussing key findings from the rankings has been published, and we receive mention as the firm with the 5th highest percentage of female partners across the entire Top 100. Our heartfelt thanks go to Jessica Teague, Kate Barekati, and Ruth Potter!
“On behalf of all the partners, we would like to thank each and every one of our team for all your continuing hard work and commitment without which we would have no chance of achieving what, by any measure is an impressive result for all of us!” Robert McCann, Senior Partner.
For more detailed insights and information, you can view the results by clicking here.
About Accountancy Age’s Top 50+50 rankings
Annually, Accountancy Age compiles data on the leading 100 firms, spotlighting those who play a pivotal role in shaping and defining the landscape of accountancy in the UK.
The rankings are based on voluntarily submitted data and are determined by the total UK fee income of each firm in the last financial year. Accountancy Age also collects information on various other aspects, including the ratio of female to male partners, investment in technology, representation of ethnic minorities, and more. This data serves to provide a comprehensive snapshot of the industry, enabling comparisons with the previous year’s findings. A research report based on these findings will be released shortly.