Benchmark survey sees members' 2014 legacy income rise 9.8 per cent to £1.25bn

Benchmark survey sees members' 2014 legacy income rise 9.8 per cent to £1.25bn

2 Mar 2015 | Stephen Cotterill
Tags: Legacies

A benchmark survey produced by sector analyst Legacy Foresight indicates that like-for-like legacy income in the year to December 2014 is up 9.8 per cent on the same period last year.


Benchmark survey sees members' 2014 legacy income rise 9.8 per cent to £1.25bn

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