"Fintel has delivered a solid financial performance in the first half of the year, trading in line with expectations. Growth in our core business has been strong, delivering increased revenues, earnings and cash, while maintaining EBITDA margin and quality of earnings. We are confident of meeting our full year expectations and longer-term growth ambitions."
Fintel and the Verve Group have announced a sponsorship agreement with Fintel sponsoring the training of half of the next cohort of We Are Change participants, giving them the opportunity to gain financial qualifications without any financial barriers.
"We expect this demand to continue with the incoming Consumer Duty Regulation driving an increased focus on product fit and consumer outcomes, and as we continue to develop the insights and solutions the market needs, we are well positioned for future growth.'' John Milliken - Defaqto CEO
Fintel (AIM: FNTL), the leading provider of Fintech and support services to the UK retail financial services sector, announces that M&G plc has become the latest partner to commit to a multi-year agreement for its Managed Distribution Service (MDS), with the agreement covering M&G's retail and savings business, primarily Pru UK, and M&G Investments.
Fintel (AIM: FNTL), the leading provider of Fintech and support services to the UK retail financial services sector, is pleased to announce the appointment of Phil Smith as Independent Non-Executive Director with immediate effect.
''We have delivered strong results during a year of significant strategic progress and continued robust financial performance. Revenues, EBITDA and recurring income have all increased in line with expectations driven by organic growth, strategic enterprise partnerships and the expansion of our proprietary advice technology. We are well positioned for further growth.''
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