The consultant’s ESG products has strike a profits focus on and administration sees a good market backdrop likely forward.
() told investors trading is in line with expectations and reliable with its Coronavirus (COVID-19) assumptions.
The energy procurement consultant added management is excited by the prospective clients of its a short while ago released ESG disclosure products which strike profits targets ahead of expectations.
The need for enterprises to make required ESG disclosures in 2022 offers a favourable back fall for the organization, the business claimed.
In success for the twelve months ended December 31, gross revenue was £38.9mln (2019: £39mln) on £46.1mln of profits from continuing operations (2019: £43.7mln).
Earnings (adjusted EBITDA) had been stated at £12.8mln (2019: £16.9mln) and the business created a £4.54mln pre-tax loss (2019: £3.08mln revenue).
It generated some £11.6mln of funds from operations and it is to fork out a 12p per share dividend.
“Whilst 2020 plainly offered hard advertising and marketing problems, the team attained sizeable strategic milestones even though remaining rewarding and funds generative and handling an effective response to the international pandemic,” said Mark Dickinson, chief government.
“Searching at the yr to day, the organization is performing in line with expectations and regularly with our assumptions with regard to the international pandemic. Whilst the threats connected with the pandemic need to not be discounted, we are excited by likely for the organization to bounce back.”
The business also mentioned that it will be renamed Impressed Plc, at its AGM in June, which will far better reflect its evolved organization.
Dickinson explained the business as now currently being “a technologies enabled service provider” with “the current market primary posture for energy procurement, utility expense optimisation and sustainability improvement in the British isles and Eire.”