PPT

Perpetual (PPT)

Stock Code

PPT

Stock Exchange

Australian Securities Exchange

Perpetual Limited (PPT) is a company engaged in offering services such as financial advice, managed investment fund, wealth management, trustee, and family and superannuation management. PPT was listed on the Australian Stock Exchange on the 2nd of November 1988. Its average annual revenue reaches approximately $466 million out of its issued capital of approximately $38 million. Its headquarters is located in Sydney, Australia and to date; around 824 people are employed in the company. Perpetual Limited operates mainly in two business segments: wealth management and corporate trust.

Perpetual $27.3m Up 19% 1H2013


Wealth Management company and fund manager, Perpetual (ASX:PPT) have announced its half year financial results for 2013 to its shareholders and investors on the Australian stock market.

  • Perpetual have announced its half year results with profit at $27.3 million, up 19 percent from $22.9 million.
  • The result included $6 million impairment relating to restructuring and a $5.2 million non-cash cost related to the closure of Dublin operations.

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