Key figures

Key figures

One of our operational principles is constant regeneration. Every year, we review new strategic development targets, identify and develop them and thereby aim to reinforce our position in the target market.

 

Reported

1.7.-31.12. 1.1.–31.12.
2019 2018 2017 2016 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015
 Euro, millions, unless otherwise stated Unaudited unless otherwise stated
Net sales 30,6 25,9 19,6 10,0 64,1 50,62) 34,02) 18,62) 12,42)
Net sales growth, % 18,2 32,2 97,1 65,5 26,7 49,0 82,4 49,9
EBITDA 3) 3,2 3,0 3,2 1,5 8,2 7,0 5,8 2,7 1,6
EBITDA-margin, %3) 10,3 11,8 16,4 14,9 12,8 13,8 17,1 14,6 12,9
Operating profit before amortization of goodwill (EBITA)3) 3,0 3,0 3,1 1,4 8,0 6,8 5,7 2,6 1,6
Operating profit before amortization of goodwill (EBITA) margin, %3) 10,0 11,5 16,1 14,3 12,5 13,4 16,8 14,1 12,5
Operating profit (EBIT) 2,0 2,6 2,9 1,4 6,1 6,12) 5,42) 2,62) 1,62)
Operating profit (EBIT) margin 6,5 9,9 14,6 14,3 9,5 12,0 15,82) 14,1 12,52)
Profit for the period 1,4 2,0 1,3 1,2 4,4 4,72) 3,32) 2,12) 1,22)
Adjusted profit for the period3) 2,4 2,4 2,7 1,2 6,3 5,4 4,8 2,1 1,2
Earnings per share (EPS), undiluted, euro3) 0,10 0,15 0,11 0,11 0,33 0,36 0,28 0,20 0,12
Adjusted earnings per share (adjusted EPS), undiluted, euro3) 0,18 0,18 0,23 0,11 0,47 0,41 0,41 0,20 0,12
Number of shares outstanding at the end of the period (adjusted for share split) 14 012 628 13 116 982 12 948 800 10 560 000 14 012 628 13 116 982 12 948 800 10 560 000 10 560 000
Equity ratio, %3) 2) 64,6 63,8 60,8 54,1 64,6 63,8 60,8 54,1 49,8
Net gearing, %3) -51,0 -51,2 -47,3 -97,9 -51,0 -51,2 -47,3 -97,9 -90,6
Return on equity (ROE), % 3) 10,1 19,9 21,5 69,1 16,6 23,8 30,32) 63,3 57,32)
Return on investment (ROI), % 3) 12,0 49,8 34,8 85,2 18,7 24,9 22,5 77,1 65,8
Number of employees at the end of the period 582 495 374 196 582 495 374 196 132

1) Leadin group is consolidated from 1.6.2017 onwards in the figures presented for nine months ending on 30.9.2017.

2) Audited

3) Alternative performance measure. The Company presents alternative performance measures as additional information to financial measures presented in the consolidated statement of income, consolidated statement of financial position and consolidated statement of cash flows prepared in accordance with FAS. In the Company’s view, the alternative performance measures provide management, investors, securities analysts and other parties with significant additional information related to the Company’s results of operations, financial position and cash flows.

Calculation of key figures

Net sales growth, % =( Net sales of the reporting period


Net sales of the reference period

– 1) x 100
 EBITDA = Operating profit + deprecation and amortization
EBITDA margin, % = Operating profit + deprecation and amortization


Net sales

 x 100
Operating profit before amortization of goodwill (EBITA) = Operating profit + amorization of goodwill
Operating profit before amortization of goodwill (EBITA) margin, % = Operating profit + amortization of goodwill


Net sales

 x 100
Adjusted profit for the period = Profit for the period + amortization of goodwill + extraordinary financial expenses 1)
Equity ratio, % = Shareholders’ equity


Balance sheet total – advances received

 x 100
 Net gearing, % = Long term loans from credit institutions + Short term loans from credit institutions – Cash in hand and at banks – Other rights of ownership under Non-current investments


Shareholders’ equity

 x 100
 Return on equity (ROE), % = Profit for the period (annualized)


Average shareholders’ equity

 x 100
Return on investment (ROI), % = Profit before taxes (annualized) + financial income and expenses (annualized)


Average shareholders’ equity + average interest-bearing debt

 x 100
Earnings per share (EPS), undiluted, euro = Profit for the period


Average number of shares outstanding during the period (adjusted for share split)

 x 100
Adjusted earnings per share (adjusted EPS), undiluted, euro = Adjusted profit for the period


Average number of shares outstanding during the period (adjusted for share split)

1)  Extraordinary financial expenses are expenses relating to the potential IPO and the preparation of it