Financial info

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Financial goals

Vitec has a growth-oriented strategy and continuously seeks additional acquisitions. The historical growth rate has been approximately 25 % per year on average. The Board has set a target to hold an operating margin of 15 % and continue to work with a focus on continuous growth.

Outcome

Milestones Average (5 years)  2011 2012 2013 2014  2015
Revenue growth         15 %  15 %  8 %  -5 %  32 %  26 % 
Operating margin         13 %  11 %  11 %  11 %  14 %  16 % 

IFRS

Vitec's consolidated financial statements have been prepared in accordance with International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS), as adopted by the EU and the Swedish Annual Accounts Act. Vitec went on to report in accordance with IFRS from January 1:st 2005.

Key Figure Definitions

Return on capital employed
Operating profit as a percentage of average capital employed attributable to parent company shareholders.

Return on equity
Profit/loss for the period, attributable to parent company shareholders, as a percentage of average shareholders' equity, attributable to parent company shareholders.

Value added per employee
Operating income plus depreciation and staff costs relative to the average number of employees.

Adjusted equity per share
Equity attributable to shareholders in proportion to the number of shares issued at the closing-day.

Cash flow from operating activities per share
Cash flow from operating activities divided by the average number of shares on the market during the period.

Sales per employee
Net revenue, including other operating income in relation to average number of employees.

P/E ratio
Share price at year-end divided by earnings per share.

P/JEK
The share price at the balance sheet date multiplied by the number of shares issued on the closing date in relation to the equity attributable to the parent company's shareholders.

P/S
The share price at the balance sheet date multiplied by the average number of shares in relation to net sales.

Earnings per share
Profit/loss for the period, attributable to parent company shareholders, divided by the average number of shares on the market attributable to parent company shareholders.

Operating profit
Operating profit as a percentage of net sales.

Solidity
Shareholders' equity, including equity attributable to non-controlling interests in relation to total assets.

Debt ratio
Average liabilities in relation to average shareholders' equity and non-controlling interests.

Profit margin
Net profit after tax through the net turnover.