Hyperion reveals £300m spending pot and multiple deal wish list

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Hyperion has posted a 17% increase in revenue for the year ended 30 September 2019, taking it up to £725m.

This follows a 16% uplift in revenue last year. The business also reported a 16% rise in adjusted consolidated Ebitda to £211m for 2019 and flagged that it had achieved total organic growth of 11% for the year.

David Howden, chief executive officer of Hyperion, told Insurance Age that the results were driven by organic growth and selective acquisitions.

“Organic growth is key for us and

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