BearingPoint has booked its eighth consecutive year of growth since its MBO in 2009, driven largely by sales in the Dutch giant's western Europe division.
Global revenues for the Amsterdam-based firm were up four per cent year on year to a record €739m.
BearingPoint's managing partner Kiumars Hamidian said the UK and Ireland booked growth "far above the market average".
The UK's consulting industry on average grew by just over five per cent last year, France saw its advisory market accelerate to over six per cent growth, while the Benelux recorded growth of around four per cent.
In the Benelux, BearingPoint also opened an office in Luxembourg and doubled its size in the country via its acquisition of Belgian firm Inpuls, a data specialist.
Across the company, its consulting division recorded six per cent growth, while the software solutions business "grew slightly slower than in previous years".
The firm also recruited 1,100 extra staff throughout its FY2018, raising its global headcount to over 4,500 employees.
"This demonstrates our attractiveness as employer of choice for top talent and confirms our commitment to the model of an independent partnership fully focused on client service," Hamidian said.
Unusually, BearingPoint is a €700m-plus-revenue channel partner that is wholly owned and run by its management team.
After taking the reins in September last year, Hamidian told Channel Partner Insight that one of the firm's key advantages over its "big four" rivals (PwC, KPMG, Ernst & Young and Deloitte) is that it is privately owned, and not subject to the restrictive control of private equity firms or shareholders.
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