Commenting on the full year results, Perpetual Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director, Rob Adams, said, “We delivered solid results in FY21, with a strong uplift in earnings. The year was truly transformational for Perpetual and saw our continued evolution from a largely Australian focused business with A$28.4 billion in AUM, to now managing close to A$100 billion in AUM, with a global footprint, a global client base and a strong forward-looking growth profile.
“Our FY21 financial performance reflects the positive impacts of our transformational acquisitions. Despite an external environment that continued to present uncertainty due to the impacts of COVID-19, all four of our operating divisions made strong progress with our strategic priorities and investments in growth initiatives.
“At 30 June, the Group maintained its strong balance sheet which positions us to drive organic growth and take advantage of inorganic opportunities to add further depth and breadth of capability to our offerings globally.”
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