StockMarketWire.com - Governance and risk services group Wilmington said its annual adjusted profit and revenue had beaten its expectations.

In a trading update for the year through June, the company said it benefited from strong second-half trading at its information & data, and training & education divisions.

That had resulted in flat annual revenue, despite the lack of face-to-face training or events.

Full-year adjusted profits were up, as the group benefitted from 'the swift digitisation of its products and services at the beginning of the Covid pandemic, strong revenues, tight control of overheads and actions taken to reduce less profitable lines of business'.


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