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PayPoint posts a 5.6% increase in full-year pre-tax profit
28th May
  • PayPoint posts a 5.6% increase in its full-year pre-tax profit to £56.8 million on Thursday.
  • The firm suspended management bonuses that resulted in a £2.1 million variable pay benefit.
  • The UK-company says variable pay benefit fuelled a 2% decline in total full-year costs.

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