- SIPP provider Curtis Banks Group posts operating profits of £2.2m for the six months to the end of June - 67% up on last time.

The group's first results since its admission to AIM show revenues rising by 66% to £7.5m and operating profits before amortisation increasing by 66% to £2.5m.

Executive chairman Chris Banks said: "Our recent admission to AIM marks the start of a new chapter in the growth journey for Curtis Banks. Today's results show the progress made both organically and through acquisition and demonstrate what we believe can be delivered going forward. "We are confident in our strategy and committed to growing the business. The market presents many opportunities for those who are experienced and provide quality services to clients. We look forward to delivering for our new shareholders on the opportunities available to us for the continued growth of our business."

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