KJSS continued there surge out of the pandemic, taking advantage of rising commodity prices. Net income was $930 million, up 0.21% on the Q2. Net revenue was $1.1 billion, up 6%% compared to Q3 2020, predominantly driven by higher performance and management fees, as well high yielding investment returns. Assets under management were $5.2 Billion, up 0.1%. Chief Financial Officer Robert Taylor had the following statement: " It's important not to stand still and wait, here at KJSS Investments we acted quickly and proactively to take advantage of market situations, our success throughout this pandemic can be attributed to the countless hours put in by everyone here from the research department to the account managers. We have high expectations from Q4."
Published 7th of October, 2021