Broadridge Financial Services is an important company for the smooth functioning of financial markets. But it’s probably a company you don’t recognize. Broadridge is a company we’ve followed for a couple of years and then during the Coronavirus market panic it trade at a deep discount to our estimate of fair value so we bought it.
In this episode, Glenn breaks down the hidden monopoly that Broadridge has and the high switching costs and barriers to entries this creates. Glenn also highlights a couple of trends within the financial services industry that will drive Broadridge’s future growth. Then Glenn covers the risks and our estimate of fair value using an economic profit model.