Wolters Kluwer

FY20 report: not pretentious enough?

24/02/21 -"Wolters Kluwer published solid FY20 results, with revenues up 2% organically (in line) at €4,603m, and higher than expected adjusted OP (€1,124m, i.e. a 24.4% margin vs. 23.6% a year earlier). ..."

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