Sign in Welcome! Log into your account your username your password Forgot your password? Get help Password recovery Recover your password your email A password will be e-mailed to you. HomeLegal NewsGrand bonus in store for Osborne Clarke staff Grand bonus in store for Osborne Clarke staff By Helen Greaney June 14, 2022 FacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsApp Osborne Clarke has announced it will pay its UK staff a bonus of at least £2,500 after smashing global revenues in 2021/22. The firm reported revenues of £349 million for 2021/22, up 19 per cent from £292 million the previous year – with a 20 per cent increase in UK income to £199.1m. Osborne Clarke said income from its business transactions is up by 27 per cent, while projects, real estate and finance grew by 25 per cent. Net profit in the UK was also up by 14 per cent to £77.2m with profit per equity partner increasing by 11 per cent to £796,000. Osborne Clarke announced it will give staff a 5 per cent profit share based on annual salaries with a minimum payment of £2,500, which will be paid in June, as well as increasing performance bonus payments with up to 25 per cent of base salary available UK managing partner Ray Berg said: “We have a really well-balanced business that’s delivering great results, which is thanks to our people who have shown outstanding commitment to our clients and each other during the last two years.’ “We’re investing to grow our business so we can support the next generation of our firm. We want Osborne Clarke to be known for attracting and retaining top talent because we provide opportunities for all our people to grow and develop their careers, doing high-profile work in a supportive and inclusive workplace.” Omar Al-Nuaimi, Osborne Clarke’s international chief executive, added: “While market conditions have been favourable, our business strategy is driving stronger client relationships and delivering strong results.” Total 0 Shares Share 0 Tweet 0 Pin it 0 Share 0 Tagsbonusglobal revenueOmar Al-NuaimiOsborne Clarkeprofit shareRay Berg Previous articleUnsecured creditors won’t get £23.3M owed from collapsed firmNext articlePartner fined after charitable trusts used client account as bank latest articles Which Documents do you Need to Cross Between Spain and Gibraltar? Lawyers’ Guide to Secure Data Handling Osbourne Pinner Reacts to Stricter Skilled Worker and Spouse Visa Rules How To Handle Disputes Over Funeral Arrangements Five partners and one consultant solicitor join Keystone Law Manleys Footballer Client Secures Decisive Ruling at Court of Arbitration for Sport explore more Which Documents do you Need to Cross Between Spain and Gibraltar? Lawyers’ Guide to Secure Data Handling Osbourne Pinner Reacts to Stricter Skilled Worker and Spouse Visa Rules How To Handle Disputes Over Funeral Arrangements Five partners and one consultant solicitor join Keystone Law Manleys Footballer Client Secures Decisive Ruling at Court of Arbitration for Sport LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Comment: Please enter your comment! Name:* Please enter your name here Email:* You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Website: Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.