Banks Hoggins O’Shea

In last week’s Campaign agency performance survey, it was stated that Banks Hoggins O’Shea failed to disclose employee numbers to Companies House and this contravened the Companies Act. Banks Hoggins O’Shea has asked us to point out that, under section 247 of the Companies Act, it is not required to publish employee numbers.

In last week’s Campaign agency performance survey, it was stated

that Banks Hoggins O’Shea failed to disclose employee numbers to

Companies House and this contravened the Companies Act. Banks Hoggins

O’Shea has asked us to point out that, under section 247 of the

Companies Act, it is not required to publish employee numbers.



Unfortunately, incorrect employee numbers were also used compiling the

data featured in our ’operating profit per head’ section of this

feature.



Had the correct data been used, Banks Hoggins O’Shea would not have been

included in the ’going down’ section and it would in fact have ranked in

the ’top ten league for gross income per head’ section.



Campaign apologies to Banks Hoggins O’Shea for any false and damaging

impression the article may have given.



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