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Power Financial, through its wholly owned subsidiary, Power Financial Europe B.V., and the Frère family group of Belgium each hold a 50% interest in Parjointco, a Netherlands-based company. Parjointco’s principal holding is a 55.6% equity interest (75.4% of the voting rights) in Pargesa Holding SA, the Pargesa group’s parent company based in Geneva, Switzerland.

The Pargesa group, through the holding company Groupe Bruxelles Lambert, holds significant positions in large companies based in Europe.

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Groupe Bruxelles Lambert

Groupe Bruxelles Lambert

Groupe Bruxelles Lambert (GBL) is a holding company listed on Euronext Brussels.

GBL’s objective is to create value for its shareholders over the long term, through both an attractive dividend yield and an increase in its intrinsic value. To achieve this, GBL further diversifies its portfolio of investments in terms of sectors and geographies to maintain a balance between growth and yield by exercising its role of professional, active and responsible shareholder and by maintaining a solid and flexible financial structure.

Imerys

Imerys

Imerys is world leader in speciality minerals with almost 260 sites in 54 countries. Imerys extracts, transforms, develops and combines a unique range of minerals to provide functionalities that are vital to its customers’ products and production processes. These specialities have a very wide range of uses and are becoming more common on growing markets.

LafargeHolcim

LafargeHolcim

LafargeHolcim, the product of the merger of Lafarge and Holcim, made official in July 2015, is the world leader in construction materials (cement, aggregates and concrete) for private individuals and professionals. The group employs around 90,000 persons in over 80 countries and has a balanced presence in developing and mature markets. This geographical distinction provides an ideal positioning to meet the challenges of increasing urbanisation.

adidas

adidas

adidas is a global leader specialised in the design, development, production and distribution of sporting goods (footwear, clothing and equipment). The group’s business is built around four main brands: adidas, Reebok, Taylor Made and CCM. Distribution is done through its own stores retail network, eCommerce and independent distributors.
 

SGS

SGS

SGS is the world leader in inspection, verification, testing and certification. SGS provides tailored solutions to its customers to make their commercial activities faster, simpler and more efficient. Its worldwide network consists of more than 90,000 employees at more than 2,000 offices and laboratories.

Pernod Ricard

Pernod Ricard

Since its inception in 1975, Pernod Ricard has built up the most premium portfolio in the industry and has become the world’s co-leader in the Wine & Spirits market through significant organic growth and numerous acquisitions, including Seagram in 2001, Allied Domecq in 2005 and Vin&Sprit in 2008. This portfolio includes in particular 13 strategic international brands, 15 strategic local brands and 4 premium wine brands, produced and distributed by the group through its own worldwide distribution network.

Umicore

Umicore

Umicore is a global group specialised in materials technology and the recycling of precious metals. Its activity is focused on application fields where its expertise in materials science, chemistry and metallurgy is widely recognized.

Total

Total

Total is one of the leading global oil and gas groups. The company operates in more than 130 countries and covers every oil industry segment, from upstream to downstream. Total is also a major player in chemicals and is committed to the development of renewable energy.


Financial Highlights

 

For the three months ended

For the years ended

(In millions of swiss francs, except per share amounts or as otherwise noted)
(unaudited)

March 31
2017

Dec. 31
2016

March 31
2016

December 31
2016

December 31
2015

Operating income(1)

117.8

40.1

76.8

320.9

308.4

Per share(1)

1.39

0.47

0.91

3.79

3.64

Non-operating income(1)

6.8

241.5

(448.1)

(352.9)

329.8

Consolidated net profit, Group share

124.6

281.6

(371.3)

(32.0)

638.2

Per share

1.47

3.32

(4.39)

(0.38)

7.54

Gross dividend

2.38

2.27

Market capitalization at year-end

 

 

 

5,613

5,376

Adjusted net asset value

9,665

8,884

7,771

8,884

7,970

Average number of shares in circulation (thousands)

84,659

84,659

84,659

84,659

84,659

(1) Non-IFRS financial measures.

As at and for the years ended December 31
[In millions of swiss francs, except as otherwise noted]
(unaudited)

2016

2015

2014

2013

2012

Global Data

         

Consolidated shareholders' equity, Group share

7,863

7,011

7,725

7,545

7,230

Operating income(1)

320,9

308.4

339.5

250.5

346.0

Non-operating income(1)

(352,9)

329.8

297.4

143.4

59.2

Consolidated net profit, Group share

(32,0)

638.2

636.9

393.9

405.2

Market capitalisation at year-end

5,613

5,376

6,523

6,086

5,303

Adjusted net asset value at year-end(1)

8,884

7,970

8,876

8,820

7,648

Average number of shares in circulation (in thousands)

84,659

84,659

84,659

84,644

84,641

Per Share Data

         

Share price   — Year-end

66.30

63.50

77.05

71.90

62.65

— High

68.25

76.95

82.90

72.25

68.20

— Low

54.50

55.95

70.60

61.10

51.20

Consolidated shareholders' equity, Group share

92.88

82.81

91.25

89.14

85.42

Adjusted net asset value at year-end(1)

104.93

94.14

104.85

104.20

90.36

Operating income(1)

3.79

3.64

4.01

2.96

4.09

Consolidated net profit, Group's share

(0.38)

7.54

7.52

4.65

4.79

Gross dividend

2.44(2)

2.38

2.27

2.64

2.57

(1) Non-IFRS financial measures.
(2) Proposal to the Annual General Meeting.

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