The firm made £66.6m in fees for the 12 months to February, according to papers filed at Companies House, leading to a pool of £45.5m to be shared between members.
Marshall Wace’s fund managers shared £261.4m in the previous reporting period between September 2007 and February 2009, on the back of £315.5m in fees.
The £45.5m profit was shared between 10 members of the company, including founders Paul Marshall and Ian Wace. The report said the highest-paid member made £34.3m, compared with £88.8m in the previous results.
Turnover made on UK and Guernsey-based activities fell 90 per cent to £4.6m, while fees
from the rest of the world tumbled 77 per cent to £62m.
The firm has an estimated £4bn under management, up slightly from the doldrums of 2009 but still well below the estimates of £8.5bn in 2008.
The firm, which was founded in 1998, gave just over £21,557 to charity in the year, compared to £4.5m in the 12 months to February 2009.