PKF reported £76m ($103.4m) in total fee income in the UK and £2.1m ($2.8m) in Ireland in the year to 31 May 2014.

This latest figures come a bit over a year after BDO UK completed their merger with PKF UK, leaving PKF International without member firms in the UK.

Since then PKF has rebuild its network in the UK by adding five member firms: PKF Littlejohn, PKF Cooper Parry, KLSA, Johnston Carmichael, and PKF-FPM.

In Ireland PKF has one member firm: PKF O’Connor, Leddy & Holmes.

PKF in the UK and in Ireland (PKF UKI) now counts 1,000 staff working in 20 offices.

In a statement the network announced that it was in advanced discussion with potential new members and aimed at reaching the £100m mark in fee income for the coming year.

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In the latest IAB UK survey, PKF international ranked as the 13th largest network in the UK with a 37% drop in revenue to £64.9m in the year to 30 May 2013.

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