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LandFX UK’s Profit Soars in 2022 with Significant Revenue Increase

by Jared Kirui
  • The broker recorded an increase of 240% in pre-tax profit last year.
  • LandFX UK’s revenue grew 15%.
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LandFX UK Limited, the FCA-regulated subsidiary of LandFX Group, released its full-year financial results for the year ended 31 December 2022, reporting a massive increase of 243% in pre-tax profit. The figure shot up to £46,516, from £13,546 in 2021.

Rising Revenues from Commissions

The broker reported an increase of 15% in revenue for the period, rising to £823,595 from £711,544 in the previous year. LandFX UK’s revenue mainly comes from the commission charged on forex and CFDs trading and is based on the volumes of trades on its platform.

Compared to last year, the company’s administrative expenses increased 8% to £740,160, which is up from £683,224. Additionally, LandFX UK’s cost of sale increased to £34,427 from £13,943 during the corresponding prior period. This represents an increase of 146%.

In 2022, the broker’s operating profit increased to £49,008, which is a 240% year-over-year gain compared to the £14,377 reported in 2021.

Besides the increase in revenue and operating profit, the private company, limited by shares and incorporated in England and Wales, also expanded its balance sheet, with net assets increasing 10% from £425,017 to £471,533.

Institutional Liquidity for Forex and CFDs

LandFX UK was licensed in 2016 by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). The company offers institutional liquidity for forex and CFDs, including spot metals, spot oils, indices, and commodities, according to its website.

In a previous filing with the British financial watchdog, LandFX UK said the company was continuing its expansion in the European and non-European markets through online and offline marketing campaigns.

In 2017, LandFX UK collaborated with top-tier banks and non-banking liquidity providers and started getting access to feeds from Citi, Barclays, Morgan Stanley, JPMorgan, and Goldman Sachs, among others. The company mainly focuses on enhancing spreads, quality execution, global locations, and transparency of executions.

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LandFX UK Limited, the FCA-regulated subsidiary of LandFX Group, released its full-year financial results for the year ended 31 December 2022, reporting a massive increase of 243% in pre-tax profit. The figure shot up to £46,516, from £13,546 in 2021.

Rising Revenues from Commissions

The broker reported an increase of 15% in revenue for the period, rising to £823,595 from £711,544 in the previous year. LandFX UK’s revenue mainly comes from the commission charged on forex and CFDs trading and is based on the volumes of trades on its platform.

Compared to last year, the company’s administrative expenses increased 8% to £740,160, which is up from £683,224. Additionally, LandFX UK’s cost of sale increased to £34,427 from £13,943 during the corresponding prior period. This represents an increase of 146%.

In 2022, the broker’s operating profit increased to £49,008, which is a 240% year-over-year gain compared to the £14,377 reported in 2021.

Besides the increase in revenue and operating profit, the private company, limited by shares and incorporated in England and Wales, also expanded its balance sheet, with net assets increasing 10% from £425,017 to £471,533.

Institutional Liquidity for Forex and CFDs

LandFX UK was licensed in 2016 by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). The company offers institutional liquidity for forex and CFDs, including spot metals, spot oils, indices, and commodities, according to its website.

In a previous filing with the British financial watchdog, LandFX UK said the company was continuing its expansion in the European and non-European markets through online and offline marketing campaigns.

In 2017, LandFX UK collaborated with top-tier banks and non-banking liquidity providers and started getting access to feeds from Citi, Barclays, Morgan Stanley, JPMorgan, and Goldman Sachs, among others. The company mainly focuses on enhancing spreads, quality execution, global locations, and transparency of executions.

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