Interim Financial Report as at 30 September 2019

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Published on November 6, 2019 at 06:00 am

In the first nine months of 2019 Amplifon confirmed the excellent trend in revenue growth and the improvement in profitability even after the integration of GAES. The outstanding performance is attributable to above market organic growth, robust operating leverage and the extraordinary contribution of acquisitions, attributable to both the bolt-on acquisitions made mainly in France and Germany and the consolidation of GAES, which reported higher than expected results and double-digit organic growth.

The first nine months of the year closed with:

  • turnover of €1,224,741 thousand, an increase of +27.2% compared to the same period of the prior year (+26.1% at constant exchange rates) with double-digit growth achieved thanks also to the contribution of GAES;
  • a gross operating margin (EBITDA) of €244,238 thousand, calculated based on the new accounting standard (IFRS 16). If the new accounting standard had not been applied, recurring EBITDA would have reached €176,093 thousand, 29.3% higher than in the first nine months of 2018 and the EBITDA margin would have reached 15.9% (+0.3 p.p. against the comparison period);
  • Group net profit of €61,663 thousand, based on the new accounting standard. If the new IFRS 16 had not been applied, recurring net profit would have come to €79,559 thousand, (an increase of 28.3% against the first nine months of the previous year).

Net financial debt amounted to €856,751 thousand at 30 September 2019 (compared to €840,856 thousand at 31 December 2018), after absorbing net investments in acquisitions of €53,008 thousand, as well as a dividend payment of €30,939 thousand.

Ordinary operations confirmed the excellent level of cash flow generation with free cash flow reaching €68,627 thousand (versus €50,801 thousand in the comparison period) after absorbing net capital expenditure of €60,634 thousand (€43,562 thousand in the first nine months of 2018) and non-recurring cash-outs of €9,500 thousand.

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