Independent asset manager triples bottom line and pays out large dividends

Independent asset manager Investering & Tryghed was busy in 2019, with performance-related fees and appreciating markets sending extra income directly to the bottom line.

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Denmark's Investering & Tryghed (I&T) almost tripled its bottom line in 2019.

The total result after taxes was EUR 4.6 million (DKK 34.5 million), compared to EUR 1.6 million (DKK 12.2 million) in 2018. This increase is explained by fee income, which totaled EUR 13 million (DKK 97.2 million) in 2019 compared to EUR 5 million (DKK 37 million) the previous year.

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