ICAP revenue was £460 m in FY, 2016 which is a (12.0%) year over year increase from the previous period.
|FY, 1998||FY, 2000||FY, 2001||FY, 2002||FY, 2003||FY, 2004||FY, 2005||FY, 2006||FY, 2007||FY, 2008||FY, 2009||FY, 2010||FY, 2011||FY, 2012||FY, 2013||FY, 2014||FY, 2015||FY, 2016|
|Revenue||£327.78 m||£610.09 m||£472.6 m||£527.9 m||£664.3 m||£801.4 m||£794 m||£919 m||£1.11 b||£1.3 b||£1.6 b||£1.6 b||£1.74 b||£1.68 b||£1.47 b||£1.38 b||£468 m||£460 m|
ICAP revenue breakdown by business segment: 33.8% from Energy and Commodities, 19.8% from Interest Rate Derivatives, 26.7% from Treasury Products, 7.9% from Equities, 9.4% from Information Sales and RMS and 2.5% from Other
|FY, 2015||FY, 2016|
|Energy and Commodities||221.9 m||245.3 m|
|Interest Rate Derivatives||144.1 m||143.6 m|
|Fixed Income||184.8 m||18.3 m|
|Treasury Products||198.6 m||194.1 m|
|Equities||50.4 m||57.3 m|
|Information Sales and RMS||56.1 m||68.2 m|
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