PwC UK has increased its revenue by 3% to £2.6bn in the year to 30 June 2013.

With these results PwC UK retains its ranking as the largest firm in the UK. In August Deloitte UK reported £2.5bn in annual revenues, up 8%

PwC UK reported growth across all its main service lines with assurance growing 1% to £969m, tax 3% to £680m and consulting by 9% to £478m.

Deals services remained flat at £562m.

PwC UK also reported a slight increase in its profit from £727m in 2012 to £740m in 2013. While profits distributed to partners were up 4% from last year at £705,000 per partner.

PwC UK chairman and senior partner Ian Powell said: "It’s been a strong year as we continue to navigate a clear course to deliver responsible, profitable growth in challenging market conditions. Our performance reflects a balanced portfolio of businesses, the high quality of our client work, and the range and depth of our people’s expertise."

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PwC UK revenues include the network’s Middle Eastern practice, which contributed just over and estimated £210m to the firm.

KPMG and EY are yet to release their results for this financial year. Last year, KPMG reported revenues of 1.7bn while EY reported revenues of 1.6bn.