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Robert Walters Plc Sees FY Pretax Profit Materially Ahead Of Current Market Expectations
Robert Walters Says Confident That Profit For Yr Likely To Be Ahead Of Market Expectations
Robert Walters FY Pretax Profit £12.1 Mln Vs £47.4 Mln
Robert Walters plc is a United Kingdom-based professional recruitment consultancy. The Company offers specialist professional recruitment and recruitment process outsourcing services. The Company's segments are Asia Pacific, UK, Europe and Other International. Other International consists of the United States, South Africa, the Middle East and Brazil. As part of its specialist professional recruitment services, it offers permanent, contract and interim recruitment across accounting and finance, banking and financial services, engineering, human resources, information technology, legal, sales and marketing, secretarial and support, and supply chain and procurement disciplines. Its Resource Solutions business offers recruitment process outsourcing (RPO) and managed services. The Company's subsidiaries include Robert Walters Pty Limited, Resource Solutions Corporation Pty Limited, Robert Walters Germany GMBH and Robert Walters Brazil Limitada, among others.
St Martin's Courtyard, 11 Slingsby Place
Non-Executive Independent Chairman of the Board
Robert C. Walters
Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director
Alan R. Bannatyne
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Director
Non-Executive Independent Director
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Robert Walters Plc said on Friday it expects annual pre-tax profit to be ahead of market expectations as the British recruiter still sees signs of increased hiring in its key markets.
British recruiting firm Robert Walters Plc said on Wednesday it expected annual profit to beat market expectations as its key markets saw signs of a pickup in hiring.
British recruiting firm Robert Walters Plc said on Wednesday it expects annual profit to be ahead of market expectations after seeing signs of improving market conditions across its major regions.
Robert Walters Plc said on Tuesday its annual profit slumped 75%, hit by dismal job hiring globally during the COVID-19 pandemic, though the British recruiter did see signs of recovery in the labour market in the last few months of 2020.
Robert Walters Plc said on Tuesday its annual profit slumped 75% as the COVID-19 pandemic continued to affect hiring globally, even as the British recruiter saw signs of recovery in the job market in the last few months of 2020.
Robert Walters said on Tuesday its annual profit would top the market consensus on an improvement in its largest market, Asia Pacific, even as the British recruiter posted a 24% plunge in fourth-quarter net fees.
Robert Walters Plc said on Tuesday its fourth-quarter net fee income fell 24% as the British recruiter continued to battle a hiring slowdown during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Recruitment firm Robert Walters said on Thursday it would restore its dividend as it flagged strong hiring in ecommerce, cybersecurity and fintech, lifting its shares by almost 8%
British recruiting firm Robert Walters Plc reported a 31% fall in third-quarter net fee income on Thursday, as it continued to tussle with a hiring slowdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic, while it reinstated its interim dividend.
British recruiting firm Robert Walters' reported a 22% drop in half-year revenue along with a small profit on Thursday, while adding that current trading was in line with market expectations for the full year as it battles a coronavirus-driven collapse in hiring.
British recruiting firm Robert Walters' half-year profit fell nearly 80% as coronavirus lockdowns slowed hiring globally.
British recruiter PageGroup <PAGE.L> said on Thursday it hoped a coronavirus-driven slump in hiring activity would soon taper off after it cut more staff in May and June to help it survive the industry's biggest crisis in a decade.
Recruiter Robert Walters reported a one-third fall in second-quarter net fee income on Thursday as companies put hiring on ice during coronavirus-linked lockdowns, while adding it was performing in line with market forecasts for the full year.
* Robert Walters, PageGroup Q1 fees fall 11-12% (Adds Robert Walters' comment, analyst quote, background)
* ROBERT WALTERS PLC - TRADING UPDATE FOR Q1 ENDED 31 MARCH 2020
London-based recruitment group Robert Walters <RWA.L> said on Thursday it would not pay a final dividend for its 2019 financial year as it cuts costs to battle the hit of the coronavirus on the industry.
* ROBERT WALTERS PLC - TO WITHDRAW ITS INTENTION TO PROPOSE A FINAL DIVIDEND FOR FY19.
* Shares down 4.5% (Adds details on net fees, dividend, background and updates share move)
British recruiting firm Robert Walters Plc's annual pretax profit fell 3%, as global economic uncertainties sparked by Brexit, the Sino-U.S. trade war and the Hong Kong protests forced employers to delay hiring.
UK based global recruitment firm Robert Walters Plc reported a fall in fourth-quarter gross profit on Thursday amid a difficult labour market impacted by caution and uncertainty over Brexit, sending the company's shares down more than 5%.
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