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 Financial highlights

 
JUNE 2020
JUNE 2019
% CHANGE
STATUTORY RESULTS
 
 
 
Total revenue
2,277.3 million
2,346.0 million
-2.9%
Net profit after non-controlling interests (NCI)
232.7 million
415.7 million
-44.0%
Statutory earnings per share
42.97 cents
76.57 cents
-43.9%
MANAGEMENT ADJUSTED RESULTS
 
 
 
Management EBITDA
646.4 million
674.9 million
-4.2%
Management net profit after NCI
303.8 million
381.4 million
-20.3%
Management earnings per share
56.12 cents
70.24 cents
-20.1%
Management earnings per share (in constant currency)
56.34 cents
70.24 cents
-19.8%
BALANCE SHEET
 
 
 
Total assets
4,989.8 million
4,685.0 million
6.5%
Total shareholders' equity
1,590.3 million
1,574.1 million
1.0%
PERFORMANCE INDICATORS
 
 
 
Free cash flow (excluding SLS advances)
505.9 million
312.9 million
61.7%
Net debt to management EBITDA (excluding non-recourse debt)*
1.93 times
1.84 times
Up 0.09 times
Return on equity*
19.50%
26.40%
Down 690 bps
Staff numbers
12,646
12,701
 

 Chairman's and CEO's reports

  • Simon Jones, Chairman

    "I feel a great sense of pride in what Computershare has achieved this year, particularly in the second half of FY20. Like every other global company, we’ve faced substantial challenges as business operations and supply chains were disrupted and normal work routines and social structures were interrupted. Every one of our people has felt some strain and stress. But we’ve demonstrated, conclusively, that Computershare remains strong and stable and capable of delivering for our stakeholders – our employees, our shareholders, our clients and our communities."

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  • Stuart Irving, CEO

    "As much as 2020 has been about change and adapting to ‘the new normal’, we remain focused on executing our own long-term growth strategies. We seek to build stronger businesses with scale and more exposure to positive structural growth trends. As we move through and out of Covid-19, some of our businesses will see more opportunities, others fewer. Some adjustments will need to be made accordingly. But we continue to look beyond the short term, to remain focused on our strengths: long-term planning, disciplined execution, making strategic investments to achieve organic growth while driving efficiencies and cost-out programs. "

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