Profits up 17 per cent at MacRoberts
MacRoberts has posted a 10 per cent rise in turnover in the financial year to 30 April 2022 to £20.6 million. The firm’s profits also rose by 17 per cent in the same period.
Highlights include an exceptional year from the firm’s credit management specialist Yuill+Kyle, a property move to new offices in Edinburgh and significant upgrades and investment to all of its business-critical IT platforms and infrastructure.
The firm has also continued to grow its client base in Scotland, the UK and internationally, with several new significant wins following successful tender bids to national and international businesses.
MacRoberts also successfully achieved reaccreditation for ISO 22301 Business Continuity and ISO 27001 Information Security, which it holds alongside ISO 9001 Quality Management and ISO 14001 Environmental Management. These certifications are complemented by the firm’s specialist AML and risk management teams.
Neil Kennedy, managing partner, said: “I am pleased to post such a strong set of financial results to April 2022, which are the direct result of considerable strategic development and investment across all areas of the business, most notably in our operating platform, allowing us to deliver the highest quality service possible to our clients.
“We have prioritised our people, enhancing our existing agile platform, which has delivered immediate benefits in terms of engagement, well-being and inclusion. As we move into the new financial year, we have continued that momentum with further strong growth in a number of key sectors and we anticipate another positive year for the firm, our people and our clients.”