Financials

  Last updated: 8.2.2022

Year 2021


Net sales
155.9
MEUR


 


Operating profit (EBITA)
17.7
MEUR
11.4% of net sales


Earnings per share
0.44
EUR 



Number of employees 
1,339
at the end of December


Profit guidance for 2022

Digia’s net sales will grow year-on-year and its EBITA margin will be over 10 per cent of net sales.

Digia Plc changed its financial reporting practices as of 1 January 2017. Instead of interim reports, Digia will disclose certain key figures and information on business performance for the three and nine month periods in a stock exchange release. Digia reports on a single business segment.

The figures have been adjusted for the IFRS 15 from Q1/2017.

 


Calculation of Financial Ratios 

Operating profit (EBITA):

Operating profit + amortisation of acquisition costs

EBITA margin, %:

Operating profit + amortisation of acquisition costs x 100
Net sales

Return on investment (ROI),%:

(Profit or loss before taxes + interest and other financing costs) x 100
Balance sheet total – non-interest bearing liabilities (average)

Return on equity (ROE),%:

(Profit or loss before taxes – taxes) x 100
Shareholders' equity

Equity ratio, %:

(Shareholders’ equity + minority interest) x 100
Balance sheet total - advances received

Earnings per share:

Profit before taxes - taxes +/- minority interest
Average number of shares during the period, adjusted for share issues

Earnings per share (diluted):

Profit before taxes - taxes +/- minority interest
The average number of shares during the period, adjusted for share issues, includes shares and options issued through shared-based incentives schemes.

Dividend per share:

Total dividend
Number of shares at the end of the period, adjusted for share issues

Dividend payout ratio, %:

Dividend per share x 100
Earnings per share

Net gearing:

(Interest-bearing liabilities - cash and cash equivalents) x 100
Shareholders' equity

Effective dividend yield,%:

Dividend per share x 100
Last trading price for the period, adjusted for share issues

Price/earnings (P/E):

Last trading price for the period, adjusted for share issues
Earnings per share