Financial performance 2019

2019: a year that builds on the momentum of 2018

 
2019: a year that builds on the momentum of 2018
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Despite a more difficult year for some activity sectors, the 2019 fiscal year came to a satisfactory end.

Key figures

1.154
Order entries (in billion Euros)
1.260
Turnover (in billion Euros)
81.4
EBITDa (in million Euros)

General results

In thousand € 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
Shareholders' equity 192 256 282 369 262 671 131 144 103 232
Cash flow 267 832 268 741 96 254 114 625 67 073
Order entries 1 446 225 1 140 751 1 123 056 1 171 521 1 154 278
Turnover 1 317 439 1 227 119 933 665 1 296 897 1 259 699
EBITDa 127 940 130 415 84 151 107 783 81 413

The data that has been presented since 2015 has been that of the Consortium, consisting of all sectors of activity of the Group and its real estate activity. Given the percentage of the stake held (directly or indirectly) by the Consortium in each of the subsidiaries included in the consolidation scope, the majority of the Consortium’s companies are consolidated by the global integration method.

This data is published in accordance with the International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS). The application of these standards guarantees a homogeneous consolidation of the Group’s accounts throughout its scope. It also allows the readability and international understanding of its performance. All the financial data is available in the Group’s financial report.

Order entries (EUR Mios)

Order entries for 2019 amount to 1.154 billion Euros, which is in line with the order entries booked since 2016.

 

Turnover (EUR Mios)

The 2019 turnover represents the third best performance of the Group.

EBITDa (EUR Mios)

Although down from the previous year, the EBITDa generated in 2019 is solid, and amounts to 6.4% of the turnover figure.

Cash flow (EUR Mios)

The strong output of the Defense sector influenced the evolution of the cash flow in 2019.

Shareholders' equity (EUR Mios)

At the end of 2019, consolidated shareholders’ equity amounted to 103 million Euros, which is down from 2018.