TD Ameritrade Holding Corp. announced Tuesday that in its 2011 fiscal year ended Sept. 30 it had net income of $637.7 million, or $1.11/diluted share, compared to $592.1 million in net income in the prior year, or $1/diluted share. Revenue also rose in FY 2011, to $2.762 billion from $2.560 billion in FY 2010.
In its fourth quarter, AMTD’s net income rose 44% to $163.7 million, or $0.29 cents/diluted share, compared to $113.9 million in net income, or $0.20/share, in 2010’s fourth quarter. Revenue rose 16% to $703.5 million, compared to $608.8 million in 2010.
The earnings fell short of FactSet’s consensus analysts’ projections of $0.31/share; AMTD’s stock was down $0.44 as of 3:20 p.m. EDT, to $15.73.
In its earnings release, the company noted that it had record net new client assets of $41.5 billion for the year, record average client trades/day of 399,000, and total client assets of $379 billion. It also touted its execution for the first time of more than 100 million client trades in a single fiscal year and that 51% of its $2.8 billion in net FY revenue were asset-based.