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Key figures - IFRS

Last update: February 11, 2019

1 Formerly known as operating income from recurring activities, segment operating income is the performance metric for the reporting segments. It is stated before the amortization of brands and customer lists recognized on the acquisition of the corresponding companies, which is included in other operating income and expenses. In 2018, amortization of acquired intangible assets amounted to €39 million for the year.

2 Including the dividends paid in shares.

3 Net debt: financial liabilities - cash and cash equivalents (excluding cash flows from cash management financial assets and borrowing collaterals) +/- derivative assets, as defined in note 26 to the consolidated financial statements.

4 Net interest charge: interest financing expenses - interest income from cash and equivalents.

5 Free cash flow: cash flows from operating activities - cash flows from investing activities (excluding cash flows from cash management financial assets and borrowing collaterals), as defined in section 3.5.3.

6 ROE: net income attributable to shareholders/shareholders’ equity excluding non-controlling interests.

7 ROCE: Net Operating Profit After Tax (NOPAT)/capital employed (intangible assets and PP&E + long-term financial assets + working capital requirement), as defined in section 3.6.

8 Operational ROCE: Net Operating Profit After Tax (NOPAT)/capital employed (intangible assets and PP&E + long-term financial assets + working capital requirement- goodwill- acquired intangible assets and associates & joint ventures), as defined in section 3.6.

 

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