Hyperion CEO David Howden “over the moon” at 2018 results


Hyperion has delivered a 16% uplift in revenue for the year ended 30 September 2018 to £620m.

The business did not reveal profit and loss figures but did report an 19% increase in Ebitda to £181m.

The breakdown of the revenue numbers showed that the company had achieved organic growth across the board.

The underwriting division Dual topped the table with 14% organic growth as revenue rose to £109m.

Broking divisions Howden and RKH posted 4% and 6% organic uplifts. Howden’s revenue moved up

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