Financial Highlights

The Group’ revenue for the period increased from £344.6 million to £367.5 million, an increase of 7%. Adjusted profit before tax declined to £30.4 million (2015: £33.0 million) and adjusted basic earnings per share decreased to 17.6 pence (2015: 20.32 pence).

Statutory revenue (£m)

£367.5m

0
 
 
 
 
  • 330.7

    2014
  • 344.6

    2015
  • 367.5

    2016

Adjusted profit before tax* (£m)

£30.4m

0
 
 
 
 
  • 29.9

    2014
  • 33

    2015
  • 30.4

    2016

Adjusted basic earnings per share* (p)

17.61p

0
 
 
 
 
  • 18.70

    2014
  • 20.32

    2015
  • 17.61

    2016

Statutory profit before tax (£m)

£-5.7m

0
 
 
 
 
  • 11.9

    2014
  • 8.7

    2015
  • -5.7

    2016

Total dividend per share (p)

7.80p

0
 
 
 
 
  • 7.15

    2014
  • 7.80

    2015
  • 7.80

    2016

Statutory revenue (£m)

£367.5m

 
 
 
  • 330.7

    2014
  • 344.6

    2015
  • 367.5

    2016

Adjusted profit before tax* (£m)

£30.4m

 
 
 
  • 29.9

    2014
  • 33

    2015
  • 30.4

    2016

Adjusted basic earnings per share* (p)

17.61p

 
 
 
  • 18.70

    2014
  • 20.32

    2015
  • 17.61

    2016

Statutory profit before tax (£m)

£-5.7m

 
 
 
  • 11.9

    2014
  • 8.7

    2015
  • -5.7

    2016

Total dividend per share (p)

7.80p

 
 
 
  • 7.15

    2014
  • 7.80

    2015
  • 7.80

    2016

 

* Adjusted profit before tax and Adjusted basic earnings exclude Adjusting Items. Adjusting Items comprise of redundancies, empty property and restructuring costs; impairments, gain or loss on disposal of properties; costs related to the acquisitions or setting up of new subsidiaries; impairment or amortisation charges related to goodwill and intangible assets; contingent consideration required to be treated as remuneration; movements in deferred consideration; costs related to the St Ives Defined Benefits Pension Scheme and accelerated bank amortisation fees.

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