The company announced that the total monthly active customer numbers grew a third from the pre-epidemic levels, which remained comparable to the past year’s numbers.
Moreover, it embellished that its client base confers characteristics regarding their trading activity related to the traders onboarded over prior years.
CMC allows forex and CFDs trading and several other financial products. It has grown mainly with the influx of retail traders. The broker posted a net operating profit of £409.8 million in the last financial year, while the pre-tax profits pinned by 127 percent to reach £224 million.
The broker did not disclose any figures for the most recent quarter. However, its board anticipates achieving a net operating income of higher than £330 million in the continuing financial year.
The projection is performed based on solid business metrics. Furthermore, CMC detailed that it, fortunately, held 80 percent of its client income, thus meeting its target. Nevertheless, the operating expense in Q1 FY2022 can rise year-over-year as the broker expanded its workforce. Therefore, significantly extending its non-leveraged investment teams.
CMC Markets CEO Lord Cruddas stated that he likes their beginning this financial year following a record FY 2021. The team concentrates on providing exceptional service to their clients, both in uptime and implementing an innovative, market-leading platform.
He remains confident in the opportunity for CMC as they continue to make improvements with their strategic initiatives as set out in their new full-year results. He looks forward to renewing the market further on these at half-year results later this year.