Russell Bedford Reports 2nd Highest Revenue Growth In IAB World Survey

April 2022

The award-winning network, Russell Bedford International, has reported some outstanding performance statistics following an analysis of the recently released International Accounting Bulletin’s World Survey results, which includes fee data and growth rates of all international accounting groups.

Russell Bedford has maintained its position as a Top 20 International Network, growing by 17% in 2021, continuing on an impressive and consistent upward trajectory that has accelerated over recent years. The network’s growth was the second highest increase of all networks in the Top 20 and more than double the average growth across all international networks.

In four of its six regions, Russell Bedford was positioned in the Top 10 in terms of percentage growth achieved, with Europe reporting the 2nd highest increase of all Top 20 networks.

Russell Bedford’s CEO, Stephen Hamlet, commented: "I am extremely proud to see such positive results from this year’s International Accounting Bulletin’s World Survey. The report highlights the huge advances made by the network over the past year, demonstrating significant growth and achievements that have led to another year of incredible performance.”

He added: "Reflecting on the efforts of many, that have led to such great achievements, is something from which myself, my team and our members take great satisfaction as we look towards the future of the network. As I am about to complete my fifth year, I am incredibly grateful to have led Russell Bedford on this path, maintaining such momentum, and look forward to the next 12 months of new opportunity and continued success. It is credit to the determination and ambition of our people around the world and the relentless support and hard work from our board and my team.”

For a summary of Russell Bedford's 2022 performance click HERE.

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