Consecutus Capital Announce Anticipated 18% Increase for Quarter 4

Consecutus Capital have recently announced that they anticipate an increase of 18% for quarter 4 figures compared to last year.

Wan Chai, Hong Kong S.A.R., October 30, 2017 --( Consecutus Capital have announced that they have upwardly adjusted their anticipated quarter 4 figures by 18% from those for the same period last year.

The company have already seen gains in each of the 3 previous quarters this year and after an in depth review have decided to target an expected 18% increase for the quarter's figures in comparison to 2016's quarter 4 figures.

This 18% target is nearly double that of the 10% that the company had previously targeted as their anticipated increase.

So far the company has seen increases of 11%, 14% and 13% in quarters 1, 2 and 3 respectively and foresee quarter 4, which is historically their best quarter, as out-performing these figures.

"Setting targets can sometimes be a dangerous ploy as should we fail to meet them we will not only be disappointed but somewhat deflated too. Furthermore, the target that we have set is considerably larger than the one we had initially put in place and although it's achievable it will need a considerable effort by all of our teams to achieve it," said Francis Jenkins, senior partner.

"Moreover, it is also confirming that our future growth projections will now also be increased and with this the entire firm's infrastructure will need to be reviewed. This will present us with more challenges in due course but we look upon these challenges with great anticipation as it clearly demonstrates that we are increasing our business revenues," Jenkins added.

Consecutus Capital advised that their preliminary quarter 4 figures will be released by the 2nd week of January but will announce any updates to them as and when they become available during the quarter.

"Myself and all the senior management team wish to express our gratitude to all of our clients and staff for their continued support in allowing us to achieve the growth that we have seen so far in 2017 and we look forward to continuing this in 2018 and beyond," Jenkins concluded.

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Graham Hurst