Financial information

Key figures

Consolidated key figures

 

  2021
Group
2020
Group
2019
Group
2018
Group
2017
Group

Revenue, EUR 1,000

99,282 83,307 80,544 70,380 57,972

Organic revenue growth, %

5,7% 3,4%      

Share of international revenue, %

19,5% 8,2% 14,1% 15,3% 11,5%

EBITDA, EUR 1,000

12,018 9,123 7,096 4,112 5,932

EBITDA, % of revenue

12,1% 11,0% 8,8% 5,8% 10,2%

EBITA, EUR 1,000

9,279 6,741 5,156 - -

EBITA, % of revenue

9,3% 8,1% 6,4% - -

Operating profit (EBIT), EUR 1,000

7,565 5,317 3,733 2,465 5,171

EBIT, % of revenue

7,6% 6,4% 4,6% 3,5% 8,9%

Profit for the period, EUR 1,000

5,136 4,401 2,553 1,579 4,130

Profit for the period, % of revenue

5,2% 5,3% 3,2% 2,2% 7,1%

Statement of financial position, EUR 1,000

81,480 61,363 55,890 48,769 33,813

Equity ratio, %

31,1% 35,5% 37,3% 40,5% 62,4%

Gearing, % (1)

-26,6% -76,6% -27,8% -12,6% -39,4%

Return on equity, %

22,1% 21,0% 12,7% 7,8% 21,3%

Return on investment, % (1)

15,7% 24,9% 10,5% 8,0% 25,6%

Earnings per share, EUR

0.73 0.63 0.36 0.23 0.59

Equity per share, EUR

3.54 3.08 2.94 2.81 2.96

Earnings per share, EUR

0.18 0.28 0.36 0.23 0.39

Average number of shares

7,004,496 7,000,316 7,000,316 7,000,316 6,965,291

Number of shares at the end of the period

7,020,459 7,000,316 7,000,316 7,000,316 7,000,316

Number of employees at the end of the period

885 676 737 697 563

(1) When calculating return on investment, contingent consideration for earn-outs has been taken into account in interest-bearing liabilities. However, when calculating gearing, only interest-bearing debt related to drawn financing loans has been taken into account.

Calculation formulas for the key figures


Equity ratio, % =

Shareholders’ equity


Statement of financial position – advance payments received


*100


Gearing, % =

Interest-bearing liabilities – cash and cash in bank


Shareholders’ equity


*100


Return on equity (ROE), % =

Profit/loss


Average shareholders’ equity + minority interest


*100


Return on investment (ROI), % =

Profit before tax + financial expenses


Shareholders’ equity + average interest-bearing liabilities


*100

 

EBITDA, % of revenue =

 

Operating profit before depreciation, amortization and impairment


Revenue


*100


EBITA, % of revenue =

Operating profit before amortization and impairment of the fair value adjustments of the business acquisitions


Revenue


*100


EBIT, % of revenue =

 

Operating profit


Revenue


*100


Profit for the period, % of revenue =

 

Profit for the period


Revenue


*100


Earnings per share (EPS), EUR =

Profit or loss for the period belonging to the shareholders of the parent company


Weighted average of the number of shares during the financial period



Diluted earnings per share (EPS), EUR =

Profit or loss for the period belonging to the shareholders of the parent company


Weighted average of the number of shares during the financial period (adjusted for the effect of the potential diluting ordinary shares)




Equity per share, EUR =

 

Shareholders’ equity


Number of shares on the closing date




Earnings per share, EUR =

Dividend for the period


Number of shares at the end of the financial period, excluding own shares held by the company




Average share price, EUR =

Total share trading, EUR


Undiluted average number of shares exchanged during the financial period




Share of international business, % =

Revenue from countries other than Finland


Consolidated revenue


*100


Organic revenue growth, % =

Consolidated revenue adjusted for the effects of acquisitions and corporate divestments


Consolidated revenue in the corresponding period


*100

 

Siili Solutions Plc uses alternative key figures to demonstrate the trend of the Group’s profitability. The key figures should be reviewed parallel with the IFRS key figures. EBITDA has been calculated by adding depreciation and impairment to the operating profit. EBITA has been calculated by adding the depreciation and impairment entered for the fair value adjustments on acquisitions to the operating profit. Organic revenue growth is calculated by comparing the revenues of the review periods adjusted with the effects of acquisitions and corporate divestments. The management uses these key figures for the monitoring and analysis of business development, profitability, and our financial position.