Record income sparks aquisition spree at DBS Law
21 May, 2013
DBS Law expects to post record income figures for the last financial year once its accounts are audited. The firm brought in £5.4 million in 2012-13 a quarter of a million more than the previous year.
DBS Law has been pursuing an aggressive growth strategy since 2008 under the leadership of Managing Director Rob Bhol. Income has grown during the five-year period by 170%.
The firm identifies a unique business model as the key to its success. For three years DBS Law has been listed on the Sunday Times top 100 companies to work for and has a Bronze Investors in People award. Also the firm works closely with the Princes Trust, Brake and the Midlands Air Ambulance on projects to support the wider community.
“DBS Law puts a great deal of time and effort into investing in our staff and our community and I believe this sets us apart from the competition. These turnover figures represent a magnificent effort by all staff during a very dark period for the economy and for the legal services sector. It also a vindication of our philosophy that DBS Law brings law to life.” said Rob Bhol. (pictured)
DBS Law is actively seeking to acquire law firms from around the country to broaden its service base. It will begin a six month advertising campaign to attract new business partners in the legal media in June. Confirmation of the firm’s steady income growth will accelerate this process.
Recent additions to the firm’s portfolio include private client and property specialists brought in from the now defunct Blakemores Solicitors in Birmingham.