British tech firm said on Monday full year revenue rose 9% and profits were up 15%
Fidessa said it expects the
UK’s implementation of the vast European Mifid II
reforms to be unaffected by its vote to leave the European
Union as the tech firm reported strong trading figures and
outlined a plan to move further into new asset classes.
Chris Aspinwall, the chief executive of
Fidessa, which reported on Monday a 9% increase in full year
revenue and a 15% hike in operating profit, said that, while it
is too early to know the implications of Brexit, he does not
see "any impact on the changing regulatory environment".
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