Legal & General has posted record operating profits for 2017 of £2.1bn, helped by strong external net inflows of £44bn into investment arm LGIM.
In its full-year results today, the firm said pre-tax profits had risen 32% from £1.58bn in 2016 to £2.09bn in 2017. Operating profits also jumped 32% from £1.56bn to £2.055bn. Assets under management...
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