Hansard's LatAm business drives modest growth in full-year results

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Hansard Global published its full-year results this morning, showing a slight rise in pre-tax profits and AuM in what the Group described as 'resilent progress.' The results for the Isle-of-Man based business show profit before tax of £4.7m, marginally up on £4.6m in 2019.  Latin America proved a significant bright spot for the year, growing by 44% on 2019 levels. This helped to boost new business levels to £159.8m, a rise of 2.5% overall on 2019.  Fee and commission income was £49.5m compared with £48.5m last year. And AuM remained all but steady at £1.08bn. Gordon Marr (pictur...

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Christopher Copper-Ind is editor-in-chief of International Investment. Before this, he was editorial director of The Business Year, from 2014 to 2017.