Taaleri’s long-term operating profit target is at least 20 per cent of income, its long-term return on equity target is at least 15 per cent, and its long-term equity ratio target is at least 30 per cent.
The company strives to increase the amount of dividend it distributes, and to annually distribute a competitive dividend, with consideration to the company's financial and financing situation as well as the Group's capital adequacy requirement.
|Group key figures||H1/2019||1H1/2018||2018||Long-term target|
|Earnings key figures|
|Continuing earnind, MEUR||24.5||26.9||52.0|
|Operating profit, MEUR||6.4||12.4||23.9|
|Operating profit, %||20.6||35.1||33.0||>20.0|
|Profit for the period, MEUR||4.8||9.4||21.6|
|Return on equity *, %||8.0||17.4||18.9||>15.0|
|Balance sheet key figures|
|Equity ratio, %||48.9||48.3||51.4||>30.0|
|Group’s capital adequacy ratio, %||194.6||178.1||186.0|
|Per share key figures|
|Share closing price, EUR||7.00||10.00||7.10|
|Share closing price, EUR|
|Average full-time employees||185||177||183|
|Market capitalization MEUR||198.1||283.1||201.0|
|Assets under management BEUR||6.6||6.0||5.7|
|Guaranty insurance portfolio, BEUR||1.6||1.6||1.7|
Income statement items are compared with figures for the corresponding period last year. The balance sheet is compared to the situation at the end of 2018, unless otherwise stated.