ATC Brokers’ UK Unit Ended FY21 with £114K Profits

The revenue of the broker for the period came in at around £2.4 million.

ATC Brokers Limited, the British arm of the wider brokerage group, reported that it has ended the fiscal year 2021, ending on April 30, with operational profits, despite stagnation in its annual revenue.

According to the company’s latest Companies House filing, the company’s turnover for the period stayed at around £2.4 million. This was significant as the UK unit of the broker reported a decline in revenue since its numbers peaked at £8.89 million in 2019.

Another important aspect for the broker was that it ended the year with a pre-tax profit of £77,027, which increased to £114,884 after tax credit. In the previous financial year, the broker turned a pre-tax loss of £216,100 that made the latest numbers quite impressive.

Though the cost of sales went up last fiscal year, there was a significant drop in the broker’s administrative expenses that led to yearly profits. To be specific, the administrative expense of ATC Brokers dropped to £1.83 million from the previous year’s £2.2 million.

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A Global Broker

ATC Brokers is one of a very few forex brokerages offering regulated trading services in the United States. Apart from its businesses in the US and the UK, the broker holds multiple other operational licenses for its global operations and is primarily known for its ECN services.

“The principal activity of the [UK] Company is to provide online trading solutions within the foreign exchange industry to clients ranging from retail to institutional traders,” the Companies House filing stated.

“The directors are of the opinion that the Company is in a good position to progress into the next financial year and believe that their expertise should help ensure that the company is successful.”

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