WH Ireland warns on revenue and costs


Broking house WH Ireland warned that volatile market conditions had hit revenue across all of its businesses, while its costs had also risen.

The company said in a brief trading update that its exceptional costs for the financial year through March were anticipated to be higher than originally expected, owing to its continued transformation strategy.

'However, despite these challenges, the company has a strong pipeline of new business and the board remains optimistic for the future,' it said.

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