Peter Hargreaves and Stephen Lansdown, the founders of Hargreaves Lansdown, are in line for dividend payouts of around £40m when the broker reveals its results this week, according to reports.
The payout will bring the pair's total takings to more than £50m in a year, according to the Sunday Times.
Analysts predict Hargreaves Lansdown will announce a final dividend of about 16p a share when it reports on Wednesday.
The Sunday Times reports this will mean a £15.3m payout for Stephen Lansdown, who owns 20% of the company. Meanwhile, co-founder Peter Hargreaves, who has a 32% stake, will receive more than £24m.
Hargreaves and Lansdown have already taken £12.6m this year from the company's interim dividend payout.
Analysts are forecasting pre-tax profits should beat £150m for the financial year to the end of June. In the first quarter of this year alone, the group attracted £1bn of new business.
According to the Sunday Times Rich List, Hargreaves is worth about £830m while Lansdown is worth about £549m.
The Aviva Investors Multi-asset Funds (MAF) target equity risk rather than absolute volatility. Thomas Wells, Multi-asset Fund Manager, explains that while absolute volatility varies significantly over time, the inherent risk of investing in equities remains relatively constant.
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