Hansard sees AuM improve as it expects further growth in Far East

Pedro Gonçalves
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Gordon Marr, group CEO at Hansard
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Gordon Marr, group CEO at Hansard

Long-term savings and financial services operator Hansard Global reported full-year growth, but said it expects to report an increase in its expenses in the second half of its current financial year, resulting in lower profit. New business for the year ended 30 June 2019 was £155.9m in Present Value of New Business Premiums terms, up 6.3% compared to £146.6mn for FY 2018. During the fourth quarter, new business was up from £36.8mn to £47.6m between Q4 2018 and Q4 2019. Hansard Global ad...

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