Norman Broadbent maintains positive earnings despite coronavirus disruption

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The professional services group also highlighted that its interim management and solutions businesses reported NFI increases in the first half of 48% and 22% respectively (), the professional services firm, said it has maintained positive earnings in the first half of its current year despite the disruption arising from the coronavirus pandemic. The company reported earnings (EBITDA) of £11,000 for the six months ended June 30, a period covering the UK’s lockdown period, compared to £111,000 a year ago. WATCH: Norman Broadbent 'in a good position' after reporting first half profit The company also reported a slight decline of net fee income (NFI) of 5.7% due to the disruption, although it highlighted that its interim management and solutions businesses reported NFI increases in the first half of 48% and 22% respectively. "I am pleased to report that the first six months of 2020 showed positive EBITDA, and, despite [coronavirus], we saw only a minimal decline in NFI
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