MADRID, 3 Ago. (EUROPA PRESS) -
The Canadian firm CGI, which recently entered Spain with the purchase of CMC, has recorded a net profit of 364.3 million Canadian dollars (278 million euros at the exchange rate) in the third quarter of its fiscal year (April to June) , 7.6% more than in the same period of 2021.
The company has increased its turnover by 7.9% in reported terms, to 3,260 million Canadian dollars (2,490 million euros), as reported by the multinational this Wednesday.
The accounts have been affected by an unfavorable impact of the Canadian dollar of 109.5 million (83.5 million euros). Likewise, CMC has contributed to the group's financial year with 83 million Canadian dollars in turnover (63.3 million euros) since its acquisition.
In the nine months of the fiscal year, the firm has registered a net profit of 1,103.7 million Canadian dollars (842 million euros), 7.8% more, as well as its income has grown by 5.4% to the 9,619 million Canadian dollars (7,343 million euros).
The company has added more than 10,500 people to its workforce in the last three months and now has 88,500 payroll consultants.