Tavistock revenues jump 14% amid year of acquisitions

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Revenues at Tavistock’s advisory business surpassed £32m in the year to 31 March 2022, a 14% jump compared to the entire group’s revenues for the year prior, the company said in a trading update.

Tavistock declared an interim dividend of 0.07p per share, 40% higher than the dividend paid to shareholders in October last year. The firm completed the sale of its £1bn investment management business to Titan Wealth last year for a cash consideration of £40m, together with a 10-year earn out period. The year ending 31 March 2022 was the most successful trading year in its history, according to the firm. It also acquired research firm LEBC Hummingbird, from advisor LEBC, for £3m, prior to which it acquired a 21% interest in LEBC. LEBC has an estimated £4.2bn in assets under adv...

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