LCP secures 'record income' of £149m in 2021/22

Further growth of 5%

Holly Roach
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Lane Clark & Peacock (LCP) has reported a “record income” of £149m for the financial year 2021/22.

The results represent a 5% top-line growth and builds on the 13% growth rate in the previous financial year. The consultancy said the growth comes as it consolidates its position in the pensions, benefits, investments and insurance markets, and continues to "diversify successfully into broader markets". Its results - published on 25 July - also revealed its energy team's revenue grew by more than 70% in the year to 31 March 2022, as it plans to build a "world-leading practice" helping clients across all areas of the energy transition. Additionally, it said its climate risk impact w...

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