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Brewin Dolphin FY17 Profit Climbs; Lifts Dividend - Quick Facts

Brewin Dolphin Holdings Plc (BRW.L) reported Wednesday that its fiscal 2017 profit before tax grew 15 percent to 57.6 million pounds from 50.1 million pounds last year.

Earnings per share were 16 pence, up from 13.9 pence a year ago.

Adjusted profit before tax was 70 million pounds, compared to 61.0 million pounds last year. Adjusted earnings per share were 19.6 pence, compared to 16.8 pence last year.

Total income for the period of 304.5 million pounds increased from 282.4 million pounds a year earlier. Core income was 291.0 million pounds, up 10.5% from last year.

Total funds were 40.1 billion pounds, an increase of 13.3%.

Further, the Board declared a final dividend of 10.75p per share, an increase of 17.5%. Full year dividend increased 15.4% to 15.0p.The final dividend is payable on February 7 to shareholders on the register at the close of business on January 12.

by RTT Staff Writer

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