Nordic Capital-backed Ascot Lloyd reports 28% bump in revenues

Jenna Brown
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UK national IFA business Ascot Lloyd has reported an increase in revenues of 28% for 2021 to £380.3m, up from £62.6m the previous year. Its 2021 full-year results also said adjusted EBITDA at the business was £23.1m compared to £14.2m in 2020, a 63% increase. It added total funds under management stood at £9.8bn in 2021, up from £9.4bn in 2020. Ascot Lloyd was bought out by private equity house Nordic Capital in April this year. The transaction, subject to regulatory approval, will see the European private equity firm Nordic Capital acquire Ascot Lloyd from funds managed by Oakt...

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