Swiss interdealer broker Compagnie Financière Tradition today posted its key financial metrics for the final quarter of 2021, with the data revealing a rise in revenues.

The Group’s activities progressed in the second half of 2021 after a period of normalization of activity during the first half of the financial year given the extreme volatility on the financial markets at the very beginning of the health crisis.

In the fourth quarter, Compagnie Financière Tradition reported consolidated revenue of CHF 219.0m compared with CHF 204.5m in 2020, representing an increase of 5.5% at constant exchange rates.

For the same period, the Group’s consolidated adjusted revenue was CHF 239.3m, compared with CHF 220.8m in 2020, up 7.1% at constant exchange rates with interdealer broking business (IDB) up 5.9% and the forex trading business for retail investors in Japan (Non-IDB) up 42.7% respectively.

At current exchange rates, consolidated revenue would increase by 8.3%, of which 7.5% and 35.0% for the IDB and Non-IDB respectively.

Thus, in the second half of 2021, Compagnie Financière Tradition reported consolidated revenue of CHF 421.6m compared with CHF 390.2m in 2020, representing an increase of 6.0% at constant exchange rates. For the same period, the Group’s consolidated adjusted1 revenue was CHF 459.8m, compared with CHF 423.2m in 2020, up 6.8% at constant exchange rates with IDB up 6.1% and Non-IDB up 28.2% respectively.

For the fiscal year 2021, reported consolidated revenue was CHF 873.6m compared with CHF 903.0m in 2020, down 2.9% at constant exchange rates. The Group’s consolidated adjusted revenue was CHF 950.8m against CHF 981.2m in 2020, down 2.5% at constant exchange rates with IDB down 2.8% and Non-IDB up 3.8%.

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