Fintech and assist providers agency Fintel noticed a 6% improve in adjusted EBITDA to £18.2m (FY20: £17.3m) for the yr ended 31 December.
The fintech’s internet money place for the yr ended 31 December was £2.5m.
The agency reported a internet debt of £19.4m in 2020.
AIM-listed Fintel homeowners adviser knowledge supplier Defaqto and adviser assist agency SimplyBiz.
Complete income elevated 5% to £63.9m (FY20: £61m).
Core income additionally rose 5% to £52.2m (FY20: £49.8m).
The fintech stated software program as a service and subscription revenues now characterize 66% of whole core revenues (up from 61% in 2020) and are persevering with to develop throughout all working divisions.
Fintel is continuous to digitize its core enterprise which is says might be helped by the strategic partnership to deploy proprietary recommendation know-how for as much as 2,500 extra customers by Tatton Asset Administration which was introduced final yr.
The agency additionally continues to spend money on its ESG technique and has fashioned an ESG and Wellbeing Committee. The ESG analysis platform was additionally expanded to cowl 76 retail funding funds and a digital ESG shopper profilers was deployer to over 8,000 wealth managers and Monetary Planners.
Matt Timmins, joint CEO at Fintel, stated: “We have now developed a complete and holistic ESG technique, addressing stakeholder, business and client wants which additional strengthens our market place and function. Our central place out there has enabled us to be a big pressure in bringing ESG data to skilled advisers and their purchasers.
“We’re very excited for the following stage of our journey as we proceed to digitise and scale our service mannequin, enhance retail monetary providers, and encourage higher outcomes for all.’’
Adjusted earnings per share dropped barely to 10.5pence (FY20: 11.3pence). Fintel attributed the drop to the change in UK Company Tax and stated on a like to love foundation with out the tax change earnings per share would have been 12 pence.
The Fintel board has proposed a remaining dividend of two pence per share, leading to a full yr dividend of three pence per share (FY20: 2.85 pence per share).