Intrinsic’s losses on ordinary activities before tax for 2008 compare to more severe losses in 2007 of £7.3m.
Adviser numbers over the period grew 22 per cent from 1,254 to 1,527 and gross commission income was up 40 per cent from £60m to £84m.
The financial statement reveals that the goodwill resulting from the Mint acquisition was £1.4m which will be written off over 20 years.
In the directors’ statement Intrinsic says that “despite an extremely difficult market, the outlook for the business is good with adviser headcount rising steadily, margins increasing and expenses showing only a modest increase”.
It says that risks and uncertainties facing the business include the economic climate and regulatory changes.