Key financial figures

Last updated: (Wilh. Wilhelmsen Holding ASA)
Income statement

YTD

2017

Year

2016

Year

2015

Year
2014
Total income*  588 2 843 3 173 3 693
Primary operating profit (EDITDA)*  83   538 398   566
Operating profit (EBIT)* 41     367 165    381
Balance sheet (equity reporting)

YTD

2017

Year

2016

Year

2015

Year
2014
Non current assets  3744 3 781 3 566 3 687
Current assets  915 914 1 120 1 152
Equity  2543 2 492 2 206 2 329
Interest-bearing debt  1469 1 533 1 660 1 693
Total assets  4660 4 695 4 686 4 839
Key figures per share

YTD

2017

Year

2016

Year

2015

Year
2014
Basic earnings per share (1)  0,51 4.34 1.16 5.20
EBITDA flow per share (2)  1,79 11.57 8.55 12.18
Key financial figures

YTD

2017

Year

2016

Year

2015

Year
2014
Cash flow from operations(3)  19 304 258 241
Liquid funds (4)  565 580 638 688
Liquidity ratio (5)
 2,0 1.9 1.7 2.1
Equity ratio (6)  55% 53% 47% 48%
Yield (equity reporting)

YTD

2017

Year

2016

Year

2015

Year
2014
Return on capital employed(7)  5,17 9.28 2.91 8.44
Return on equity (8)  4,96 10.67 2.41 12.46

Definitions:

1. Profit for the period after minority interests, divided by average outstanding number of shares.
2. EBIT for the period adjusted for depreciation and write down of assets, divided by average number of shares outstanding.
3. Net cash flow from operating activities.
4. Cash, bank deposits and short term financial investments.
5. Current assets divided by current liabilities.
6. Equity in per cent of total assets.
7. Profit for the period before tax plus interest expenses and realised interest derivatives (annualised), in per cent of average equity and interest-bearing debt.
8. Profit after tax (annualised) divided by average equity.

* Proportionate consolidation is applied for the group's important joint ventures. This is a method of accounting where the group's share of each of the assets, liabilities, income and expenses of a jointly controlled entity is combined line by line with similar items in the group's financial statement.

The equity method is a method of accounting where an interest in a jointly controlled entity is initially recorded at cost and adjusted thereafter for the post-acquisition change in the group's share of net asset of the jointly controlled entity. The group's share of the joint venture's profit or loss after tax is included in the group's income statement in one line. Please refer to the group's Annual report for further information about joint ventures.