Back to list Renta Corporación’s net consolidated profit up 63% reaching 32.5 million euros
Renta Corporación’s net consolidated profit up 63% reaching 32.5 million euros
. Total Revenues increased to 324.1 million euros
. Annual Investments accounted for 330.6 million euros
Barcelona, 21st February 2006.
In financial year 2005 Renta Corporación increased its net consolidated profit by 63%, bringing it up to 32.5 million euros from 19.9 million in 2004(1). In 2005 Renta Corporación invested 330.6 million euros. Total revenues grew 45% amounting 324,1 million euros, out of which 320,8 was due to revenues generated by the disposal of assets. The company’s total equity at 31st December 2005 reached 85 million euros and the ROE for the year was 46.5%. EBITDA grew by 70% from 31.7 million in 2004 to 54 million euros in 2005. All the figures above correspond to the consolidated audited results of the company, according to the International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) which apply to stock exchange listed companies.
(1) Data for 2004 and 2005 according to the International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) which apply to stock exchange listed companies.
Residential Refurbishment accounts for 53% of the Revenues
Renta Corporación is active in three business areas -Residential Refurbishing, Office Transformation and Land Transformation-. Of the revenues of 320.8 million euros, Residential Refurbishing represents the largest part with 53% or 171.1 million euros. Office Transformation contributed 103.1 million euros and Land Transformation 46.6 million euros. The strong growth experienced by Land Development, up from 4% of revenues in 2004 to 15% in financial year 2005, is noteworthy.
75% of Renta Corporación’s investment is focused in the Spanish market
During financial year 2005, Renta Corporación’s investment totalled 330.6 million euros, of which 75% was in Spain, primarily in Barcelona and Madrid. Although Renta Corporación is strongly focussed in Spain, the company has international presence in France and Great Britain and, since 2006, also in Germany. In those markets, Renta Corporación replicates the business model applied in Spain investing in the urban centres of the sizeable and highly liquid markets of the largest European cities. In 2005, Paris and London accounted for 25% of the company’s total investment.
Renta Corporación prepares for Stock Exchange Listing
At the General Shareholders Meeting held on the 9th of February, the shareholders of Renta Corporación resolved to apply for listing of the company’s entire share capital on the Madrid and Barcelona Stock Exchanges, and for its inclusion in the Spanish Stock Exchange Interconnection System (ISBE or Continuous Market). The company plans to structure the operation by means of an Initial Public Offering (IPO) of shares and a simultaneous Public Offer for Subscription of new shares to be issued as part of a capital increase.
Renta Corporación’s main financial figures
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