Praemium Shares Surge 15% Higher On Quarterly Result

Shares in Praemium [ASX:PPS] have climbed 15.5% higher today, following a better than expected result for the June quarter.

What caused the shares to surge?

It may be the start of a new financial year, but Praemium is pleasing investors with their latest result. The company, which offers a broad range of financial services, had strong results locally and abroad. They pulled in a record $554 million in their last quarter. Noting strong growth across several of their services.

All up the company has recorded $1.9 billion in annual inflow, up 24% from the last financial year. Pleased CEO, Michael Ohanessian remarked,

We are obviously delighted to report record asset flows this quarter. The business has accelerated its momentum across the year, with strong growth within the Australian business and a step change in the International business. This is a tangible validation of our underlying growth strategy.’

Their focus on funds under administration (FUA) adoption seems to have payed off. Boasting over $6 billion FUA in the latest report.

What’s next for Praemium?

The challenge for the company is to replicate this growth moving forward. Long-term, the company will be hoping to maintain these kind of figures. The tricky part is whether or not that’s realistic.

For now the short-term looks bright. Whether the share price can climb back to its high of 52 cents, not seen since October last year, will remain to be seen. Investors will be eagerly awaiting the next quarterly report for signs of a trend.

Regards,

Ryan Clarkson-Ledward
Junior Analyst, Money Morning

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