Challenger Financial Services Group Limited (CGF) is a versatile financial services organisation with its core business focusing in administration and funds management platforms, annuities, mortgage financing and financial planning. CGF was listed on the Australian Stock Exchange on the 23rd of December 2003. CGF purchased the Choice Aggregation Services in September 2007 and included in its purchase is the Choice Home Loans, a mortgage broker and aggregator in Australia. The company’s annual revenue reaches a total of $1,158,900,000.
Financial services company and Australia's largest annuities provider Challenger Limited (ASX:CGF) have announced its half year financial results for 2013 to its shareholders and investors on the Australian stockmarket.
- Challenger Financial have announced a normalised Net Profit after tax (NPAT) of $149 million, up 17 percent. Challenger also announced a statutory NPAT of $222 million, up from $20 million.
- Net profit: $148.5 million, down 43 percent year on year.
- Profit is down on the back of a volatile investment environment and re-valued fixed income assets.
- Normalised net profit: $296.8 million, up 20 percent.
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