IOOF Holdings Limited (ASX: IFL) has reported a record UNPAT of $191.4 million which is up by 13% for FY18. The company has reliable recurring cost management with capital expenditure reduced by $9.4 million and cost to income ratio improved by 5% to 53.1%. IOOF has completed the NATL acquisition. The final fully franked dividend declared is of 27 cents per share and this dividend commitment results in 98% payout ratio in 2H FY18. The record date is August 21, 2018 and payment date is September 4, 2018.
IOOF has requested to increase the productivity commission’s default superannuation shortlist, and in the medium term a larger list would be more appropriate. Gross margin outcome, which is a function of product mix shifts and leads to relative line of business contribution. Active management of portfolio of businesses with net operating margin is stable and sustainable.
The stock is trading at a current market price of $8.795 and has seen a daily price change of -2.4%. The stock has seen a performance change of -10.70% over the past 1 year and has a market capitalization of $3.16 billion.
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