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PRESS RELEASE

July 27, 2022

VERY STRONG PERFORMANCES IN THE FIRST HALF OF 2022

Group revenue: €9,930 million
up 23% as reported and up 16% on a comparable basis

Recurring operating income: €2,820 million, up 26%
Recurring operating margin of 28.4%, up 60 basis points
Net income attributable to the Group: €1,988 million, up 34%

The Group delivered sharply higher sales in the first half of 2022, sustaining last year’s topline momentum—solid performances in retail around the world more than offset the impact of Covid-related measures in China in the second quarter. We intensify our engagement with local customers across all markets, and we are also leveraging the nascent rebound in tourism in Europe. Each of our Houses contributed to the strong double-digit increase in Group operating income, leading to expanded margin for Kering as a whole. In a period of heightened macro uncertainty, Kering is in great shape to surmount short-term challenges, take advantage of new opportunities, and support the ambitious strategies and tremendous prospects of all our brands.”

François-Henri Pinault, Chairman & CEO

  • Group revenue in the first half of 2022 grew 23% as reported and 16% on a comparable basis compared to the first six months of 2021. Group revenue also rose sharply compared to the first half of 2019, up 28% on a comparable basis.

    • In the second quarter of 2022, sales rose by 20% as reported and 12% on a comparable basis, the difference being mainly due to currency effects.

    • Sales from the directly operated retail network, including e-commerce, were up 12% year-on-year on a comparable basis in the second quarter and up 32% compared to the second quarter of 2019, driven by the success of Kering’s Houses with local customers and the resumption of tourism in Western Europe.

  • Recurring operating income grew 26% in the first half, with all Houses contributing to growth. Recurring operating margin was 28.4%, up 60 basis points compared to the first half of 2021.

  • Net income attributable to the Group hit a new record of €1,988 million, an increase of 34%.

  • The Group generated substantial Free cash flow from operations of more than €2 billion.


Financial indicators

Operating performance

Revenue

(in € millions)

 

H1 2022

H1 2021

Reported change

Comparable change
(1)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gucci

 

5,173

4,479

+15.5%

+8.3%

Yves Saint Laurent

 

1,481

1,046

+41.7%

+34.2%

Bottega Veneta

 

834

708

+17.9%

+12.8%

Other Houses

 

1,955

1,485

+31.7%

+29.3%

Kering Eyewear and Corporate

 

591

396

+49.2%

+25.7%

 

 

 

 

 

 

Eliminations

 

(104)

(67)

+59.1%

+57.3%

 

 

 

 

 

 

KERING

 

9,930

8,047

+23.4%

+16.2%


(1) On a comparable scope and exchange rate basis.

 


Revenue

(in € millions)

 

H1 2022

H1 2021

Reported change

Comparable change
(1)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gucci

 

5,173

4,479

+15.5%

+8.3%

Yves Saint Laurent

 

1,481

1,046

+41.7%

+34.2%

Bottega Veneta

 

834

708

+17.9%

+12.8%

Other Houses

 

1,955

1,485

+31.7%

+29.3%

Kering Eyewear and Corporate

 

591

396

+49.2%

+25.7%

 

 

 

 

 

 

Eliminations

 

(104)

(67)

+59.1%

+57.3%

 

 

 

 

 

 

KERING

 

9,930

8,047

+23.4%

+16.2%


Revenue

(in € millions)

 

H1 2022

H1 2021

Reported change

Comparable change
(1)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gucci

 

5,173

4,479

+15%

+8%

Yves Saint Laurent

 

1,481

1,046

+42%

+34%

Bottega Veneta

 

834

708

+18%

+13%

Other Houses

 

1,955

1,485

+32%

+29%

Kering Eyewear and Corporate

 

591

396

+49%

+26%

 

 

 

 

 

 

Eliminations

 

(104)

(67)

-

-

 

 

 

 

 

 

KERING

 

9,930

8,047

+23%

+16%


Recurring operating income

(in € millions)

 

H1 2022

H1 2021

Change

 

 

 

 

 

Gucci

 

1,886

1,694

+11%

Yves Saint Laurent

 

438

275

+59%

Bottega Veneta

 

168

130

+29%

Other Houses

 

337

197

+71%

Kering Eyewear and Corporate

 

(7)

(63)

+90%

 

 

 

 

 

Eliminations

 

(2)

4

-

 

 

 

 

 

KERING

 

2,820

2,237

+26%

Gucci: ongoing brand elevation strategy

In the first half of 2022, Gucci’s revenue amounted to €5,173 million, an increase of 15% as reported and 8% on a comparable basis. Sales from the directly operated retail network rose 8% on a comparable basis, while Wholesale was up 9%.

In the second quarter of 2022, revenue was up 12% as reported and up 4% on a comparable basis. Growth in sales in the directly operated retail network were robust in Western Europe, Japan, and North America, more than offsetting the impact of lockdowns in China. Momentum was also very strong in Southeast Asia.

In the first half of 2022, Gucci’s recurring operating income totaled €1,886 million. Recurring operating margin was solid at 36.5%, as the House continues to invest to advance its brand elevation strategy.

Yves Saint Laurent: hitting new highs

Yves Saint Laurent’s revenue in the first half of 2022 totaled €1,481 million, up 42% as reported and up 34% on a comparable basis, reflecting the perfect execution of its strategy. Sales from the House’s directly operated retail network rose by 41% on a comparable basis. Revenue from Wholesale, currently being streamlined, grew by 10% on a comparable basis due to a very high level of orders.

Sales in the second quarter of 2022 rose by 40% as reported and by 31% on a comparable basis, driven by Western Europe, Japan and North America, while revenue in Asia-Pacific was stable compared to 2021. Growth was particularly strong in the directly operated retail network (revenue up 35% on a comparable basis), due to the success of all product categories.

Yves Saint Laurent’s recurring operating income was €438 million in the first half of 2022. Recurring operating margin was 29.6%, a first-half record level, up 3.3 points compared to the year-earlier period.

Bottega Veneta: exclusivity and solid growth

In the first half of 2022, Bottega Veneta’s revenue amounted to €834 million, an increase of 18% as reported and 13% on a comparable basis. Sales from the directly operated retail network were up 19% year-on-year. Wholesale revenue was down 4%, in line with Bottega Veneta’s strategy to streamline its wholesale distribution.

In the second quarter of 2022, Bottega Veneta’s revenue was €438 million, up 15% as reported and up 10% on a comparable basis. Sales momentum in the directly operated retail network remained very strong (revenue up 19% on a comparable basis), even though the number of stores was unchanged.

Bottega Veneta’s recurring operating income for the first half of 2022 totaled €168 million, and its recurring operating margin rose markedly to return to the 20% level.

Other Houses: outstanding results and exceptional potential

Kering’s Other Houses continued to achieve very strong growth, with revenue close to €2 billion in the first half of 2022, up 32% as reported and up 29% on a comparable basis. Sales from the Other Houses’ directly operated retail network rose by 38%, while Wholesale was up 16% on a comparable basis relative to the first half of 2021.

In the second quarter of 2022, sales of the Other Houses rose 28% as reported and 24% on a comparable basis. The revenue increase from the directly operated retail network remained strong (+33% on a comparable basis), with progress across regions. Both Balenciaga and Alexander McQueen maintained their very strong growth trajectories, and Brioni confirmed its rebound. While Qeelin was affected by the situation in China in the second quarter, Boucheron and Pomellato delivered very solid performances.

The Other Houses contributed significantly to the increase in the Group’s recurring operating income. They generated record recurring operating income of €337 million in the first half of 2022, an increase of 71%. Recurring operating margin was strong at 17.3%, an increase of 4.0 points.

Kering Eyewear and Corporate*

Revenue of the Kering Eyewear and Corporate segment in the first half of 2022 amounted to €591 million. Kering Eyewear’s revenue totaled €576 million, up 50% as reported including the integration of Lindberg, and up 26% on a comparable basis.

In the second quarter, growth in Kering Eyewear revenue continued, up 17% on a comparable basis, driven by the momentum of the brands in its portfolio. The acquisition of Maui Jim will be completed in the second half of 2022.

In the first half, Kering Eyewear’s recurring operating income more than doubled relative to the first half of 2021, reaching €111 million. The House benefited from the integration of Lindberg and from the seasonality of its sales, a majority of which occur in the first half of the year.

Corporate costs were stable.

* The Corporate and other segment was renamed Kering Eyewear and Corporate in the first quarter of 2022. Intragroup eliminations are now reported on a separate line.

Financial performance

Kering’s financial result, at just (€19 million), improved sharply in the first half of 2022.

The effective tax rate on recurring income was 27.5% during the period.

Net income attributable to the Group was strong at €1,988 million.

Earnings per share were up 36%.

Cash flow and financial position

The Group’s free cash flow from operations totaled €2,049 million in the first half of 2022.

As of June 30, 2022, Kering had a very robust financial position, with net debt of €942 million.

Outlook

A major player in a fast-growing market around the world, Kering enjoys solid fundamentals and a balanced portfolio of complementary brands with strong potential. Its strategic priorities are straightforward. The Group and its Houses seek to achieve same-store revenue growth while ensuring the targeted and selective expansion of their retail networks. Kering aims to grow its Houses in a sustainable manner, enhance the exclusivity of their distribution and secure their profitable growth trajectories. The Group is also investing proactively to develop cross-business growth platforms in the areas of e-commerce, omnichannel distribution, logistics and technological infrastructure, digital expertise and innovative tools.
The 2020 public health crisis and subsequent economic disruption have had major consequences on consumption trends, tourism flows and global economic growth.
More favorable trends, which emerged in the second half of 2020, were confirmed in 2021 and in early 2022. Although these trends remain conditioned by developments in the public health situation and associated restrictions across countries, the luxury market has witnessed a significant rebound, driven by consumer appetite for premium goods and a gradual upturn in tourist flows, particularly in Europe.
In an increasingly uncertain macroeconomic context, the Group is continuing to implement its strategy with determination and will continue to manage and allocate its resources to best support its operating performance, continue generating significant cash flow, and optimize its return on capital employed.
Thanks to its strong business and organizational model, along with its robust financial position, Kering remains confident in its growth potential for the medium and long term.

***

In its meeting on July 27, 2022, Kerings Board of Directors, chaired by François-Henri Pinault, approved the consolidated financial statements for the first half of 2022 following a limited review.

The Board of Directors also noted Jean Lius resignation from her role as Director. François-Henri Pinault offered her his sincere thanks for her contribution to the Boards work (see Meeting of the Board of Directors on page 9).

AUDIOCAST

An audiocast for analysts and investors will be held from 6:00pm to 7:00pm (CEST) on Wednesday, July 27, 2022. It may be accessed here. The slides (PDF) will be available ahead of the audiocast at https://www.kering.com/en/finance/.

A replay of the audiocast will also be available at www.kering.com.

About Kering

A global Luxury group, Kering manages the development of a series of renowned Houses in Fashion, Leather Goods and Jewelry: Gucci, Saint Laurent, Bottega Veneta, Balenciaga, Alexander McQueen, Brioni, Boucheron, Pomellato, DoDo, Qeelin, as well as Kering Eyewear. By placing creativity at the heart of its strategy, Kering enables its Houses to set new limits in terms of their creative expression while crafting tomorrow’s Luxury in a sustainable and responsible way. We capture these beliefs in our signature: “Empowering Imagination”. In 2021, Kering had over 42,000 employees and revenue of €17.6 billion.

Contacts

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Analysts/investors
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APPENDICES

 

EXCERPTS FROM THE CONSOLIDATED INTERIM FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
AND ADDITIONAL INFORMATION FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDED JUNE 30, 2022

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Contents

 

Pages

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Announcements since January 1, 2022 and
Meeting of the Board of Directors on July 27, 2022

8-9

 

 

Consolidated income statement

10

 

 

Consolidated statement of comprehensive income

11

 

 

Consolidated balance sheet

12

 

 

Consolidated statement of cash flows

13

 

 

Breakdown of revenue

14



 

Main definitions

15

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ANNOUNCEMENTS SINCE JANUARY 1, 2022

Sale of Girard-Perregaux and Ulysse Nardin to their management
January 24, 2022 – Kering announced the signature of an agreement to sell its entire stake (100%) in Sowind Group SA, which owns the Swiss watch manufacturers Girard-Perregaux and Ulysse Nardin, to its current management. The transaction was completed on May 31, 2022, according to the agreed terms.

Stock Repurchase Program: launch of the second tranche
February 22, 2022 – Pursuant to the Stock Repurchase Program announced on August 25, 2021, covering up to 2.0% of its share capital over a 24-month period, Kering has signed a new share buyback agreement with an investment service provider.

Kering Eyewear agrees to acquire the iconic U.S. eyewear brand Maui Jim
March 14, 2022 - Kering Eyewear has signed an agreement to acquire Maui Jim, Inc. Founded in 1987 in Hawaii, Maui Jim is the world’s largest independent high-end eyewear brand, rooted in exceptional design and industry-leading technology. The transaction is subject to clearance by the relevant competition authorities and is expected to be completed in the second half of 2022.

Gianfilippo Testa appointed CEO of Alexander McQueen
March 21, 2022 - Kering announced the appointment of Gianfilippo Testa as CEO of Alexander McQueen, effective May 2022. Mr. Testa will report to François-Henri Pinault. He succeeds Emmanuel Gintzburger, who has decided to leave the Group to pursue new professional challenges outside Kering.

Partnership agreement in support of integrating young, vulnerable and disabled people
April 22, 2022 – On April 19, 2022, Kering and the French Ministry of Labor, Employment and Economic Inclusion signed a charter through which they will partner to help integrate and support young, vulnerable, and disabled people in the labor market. Kering has undertaken to take practical action to help young people gain employment and make roles accessible to disabled people through recruitment, work/study programs, mentoring and immersive work experience through the Contrat d’Engagement Jeune (youth commitment contract).

Dual-tranche bond issue for a total amount of €1.5 billion
April 28, 2022 – Kering issued €1.5 billion of new bonds, comprising one tranche of €750 million with a three-year maturity and a coupon of 1.25% and a €750 million tranche with an eight-year maturity and a coupon of 1.875%. This issue, which forms part of the Group’s active liquidity management, enhances its funding flexibility by enabling it to refinance existing debt and, in part, finance the Maui Jim acquisition.

Kering launches an employee share ownership plan
May 4, 2022 – Kering announced the launch of its first employee share ownership plan, entitled KeringForYou. The program gave eligible employees the opportunity to become Kering shareholders on preferential terms. The price for subscribing shares under the program was set at €394, corresponding to Kering’s average opening share price on Euronext Paris during the 20 trading sessions from April 19 to May 16, 2022, less a 20% discount and rounded up to the nearest cent.

Stock Repurchase Program: launch of the third tranche
May 17, 2022 – Pursuant to the Stock Repurchase Program announced on August 25, 2021, covering up to 2.0% of its share capital over a 24-month period, Kering has signed a new share buyback agreement with an investment service provider.

Capital increase as part of the employee share ownership plan
July 7, 2022 – On July 7, 2022, the Group Managing Director, following decisions by the Board of Directors on December 9, 2021, and May 23, 2022, with respect to the employee share ownership plan, increased Kering SA’s share capital by €411,448 through the issue of 102,862 new ordinary shares. This increased the overall share capital to €499,183,112, divided into 124,795,778 shares with a par value of €4 each.

MEETING OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS ON JULY 27, 2022

Changes in the membership of Board of Directors
Jean Liu tendered her resignation from her role as a member of Kering’s Board of Director with effect from July 27, 2022, and the Board accepted her resignation. Ms. Liu had been an independent Director since June 16, 2020.
Vincent Schaal was appointed as Director representing employees by the Social and Economic Committee, replacing Claire Lacaze whose term of office comes to an end on July 31, 2022.
As a result, Kering’s Board of Directors now consists of 13 members, including:
Six independent directors (55% of Board members excluding Directors representing employees in accordance with the AFEP-MEDEF code);
Five women (45% of Board members excluding Directors representing employees in accordance with the AFEP-MEDEF code);
Five different nationalities (British, French, Italian, Ivorian and Turkish).

Completion of the third tranche of the stock repurchase program
The third tranche of the Stock Repurchase Program (announced on August 25, 2021, with the aim of repurchasing up to 2.0% of Kering’s share capital over a 24-month period) was completed on July 19, 2022. Between May 18 and July 19, 2022, 650,000 shares were repurchased at an average price of €485.53 per share, representing around 0.5% of the share capital. The Board of Directors decided at its meeting of July 27, 2022, to cancel 400,000 of the shares repurchased in this tranche by the end of 2022.

The first two tranches of the program had been completed on November 3, 2021, and April 6, 2022, respectively:

 

Tranche 1

Tranche 2

Repurchase period

August 25 to November 3, 2021

February 23 to April 6, 2022

Number of shares repurchased

650,000, representing around 0.5% of the share capital

650,000, representing around 0.5% of the share capital

Average price of shares repurchased

€643.70 per share

€578.71 per share

Allocation of repurchased shares

325,000 shares were canceled on December 10, 2021, pursuant to a decision by the Board of Directors at its meeting on December 9, 2021.

The Board of Directors decided in its meeting of April 28, 2022, to cancel 325,000 shares by the end of 2022.

CONSOLIDATED INCOME STATEMENT

(in € millions)

First half 2022

First half 2021

CONTINUING OPERATIONS

 

 

Revenue

9,930

8,047

Cost of sales

(2,552)

(2,105)

Gross margin

7,378

5,942

Personnel expenses

(1,376)

(1,163)

Other recurring operating income and expenses

(3,182)

(2,542)

Recurring operating income

2,820

2,237

Other non-recurring operating income and expenses

(13)

(17)

Operating income

2,807

2,220

Financial result

(19)

(126)

Income before tax

2,788

2,094

Income tax expense

(747)

(595)

Share in earnings (losses) of equity-accounted companies

2

1

Net income from continuing operations

2,043

1,500

o/w attributable to the Group

1,987

1,462

o/w attributable to minority interests

56

38

DISCONTINUED OPERATIONS

 

 

Net income (loss) from discontinued operations

1

17

o/w attributable to the Group

1

17

o/w attributable to minority interests

-

-

TOTAL GROUP

 

 

Net income of consolidated companies

2,044

1,517

o/w attributable to the Group

1,988

1,479

o/w attributable to minority interests

56

38


(in € millions)

First half 2022

First half 2021

Net income attributable to the Group

1,988

1,479

Basic earnings per share (in €)

16.09

11.85

Diluted earnings per share (in €)

16.08

11.85

Net income from continuing operations attributable to the Group

1,987

1,462

Basic earnings per share (in €)

16.08

11.71

Diluted earnings per share (in €)

16.07

11.71

Net income from continuing operations (excluding non‑recurring items) attributable to the Group

1,977

1,477

Basic earnings per share (in €)

15.99

11.84

Diluted earnings per share (in €)

15.99

11.84

CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF COMPREHENSIVE INCOME

(in € millions)

First half 2022

First half 2021

Net income

2,044

1,517

o/w attributable to the Group

1,988

1,479

o/w attributable to minority interests

56

38

Change in currency translation adjustments relating to consolidated subsidiaries:

142

87

change in currency translation adjustments

142

87

amounts transferred to the income statement

-

-

Change in foreign currency cash flow hedges:

(84)

(116)

change in fair value

(212)

(66)

amounts transferred to the income statement

123

(56)

tax effects

5

6

Change in other comprehensive income (loss) of equity-accounted companies:

-

-

change in fair value

-

-

amounts transferred to the income statement

-

-

Gains and losses recognized in equity, to be transferred to the income statement

58

(29)

Change in provisions for pensions and other post-employment benefits:

13

8

change in actuarial gains and losses

15

9

tax effects

(2)

(1)

Change in financial assets measured at fair value:

(207)

56

change in fair value

(249)

36

tax effects

42

20

Gains and losses recognized in equity, not to be transferred to the income statement

(194)

64

Total gains and losses recognized in equity

(136)

35

o/w attributable to the Group

(160)

30

o/w attributable to minority interests

24

5

COMPREHENSIVE INCOME

1,908

1,552

o/w attributable to the Group

1,828

1,509

o/w attributable to minority interests

80

43

CONSOLIDATED BALANCE SHEET

Assets

(in € millions)

June 30, 2022

Dec. 31, 2021

Goodwill

2,921

2,891

Brands and other intangible assets

7,021

7,032

Lease right-of-use assets

4,696

4,302

Property, plant and equipment

3,054

2,967

Investments in equity-accounted companies

31

31

Non-current financial assets

884

1,054

Deferred tax assets

1,517

1,352

Other non-current assets

2

6

Non-current assets

20,126

19,635

Inventories

4,065

3,369

Trade receivables and accrued income

1,077

977

Current tax receivables

927

822

Current financial assets

84

22

Other current assets

1,128

975

Cash and cash equivalents

5,790

5,249

Current assets

13,071

11,414

Assets held for sale

-

19

TOTAL ASSETS

33,197

31,068

Equity and liabilities

(in € millions)

June 30, 2022

Dec. 31, 2021

Equity attributable to the Group

13,474

13,347

Equity attributable to minority interests

443

389

Equity

13,917

13,736

Non-current borrowings

4,029

2,976

Non-current lease liabilities

4,231

3,826

Non-current financial liabilities

-

-

Non-current provisions for pensions and other post-employment benefits

80

89

Non-current provisions

23

16

Deferred tax liabilities

1,465

1,452

Other non-current liabilities

216

198

Non-current liabilities

10,044

8,557

Current borrowings

2,703

2,442

Current lease liabilities

716

675

Current financial liabilities

333

743

Trade payables and accrued expenses

2,347

1,742

Current provisions for pensions and other post-employment benefits

12

12

Current provisions

136

138

Current tax liabilities

1,438

1,148

Other current liabilities

1,551

1,826

Current liabilities

9,236

8,726

Liabilities associated with assets held for sale

-

49

TOTAL EQUITY AND LIABILITIES

33,197

31,068

CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF CASH FLOWS

(in € millions)

First half 2022

First half 2021

Net income from continuing operations

2,043

1,500

Net recurring charges to depreciation, amortization and provisions on non-current operating assets

797

714

Other non-cash (income) expenses

(264)

(102)

Cash flow received from operating activities

2,576

2,112

Interest paid (received)

127

115

Dividends received

(4)

(2)

Current tax expense

804

670

Cash flow received from operating activities before tax, dividends and interest

3,503

2,895

Change in working capital requirement

(476)

12

Income tax paid

(617)

(209)

Net cash received from operating activities

2,410

2,698

Acquisitions of property, plant and equipment and intangible assets

(361)

(345)

Disposals of property, plant and equipment and intangible assets

-

1

Acquisitions of subsidiaries and associates, net of cash acquired

(11)

19

Disposals of subsidiaries and associates, net of cash transferred

-

(1)

Acquisitions of other financial assets

(119)

(90)

Disposals of other financial assets

3

823

Interest and dividends received

6

2

Net cash received from (used in) investing activities

(482)

409

Dividends paid to shareholders of Kering SA

(1,483)

(998)

Dividends paid to minority interests in consolidated subsidiaries

(22)

(9)

Transactions with minority interests

(22)

(81)

(Acquisitions) disposals of Kering treasury shares

(648)

(118)

Issuance of bonds and bank debt

1,708

39

Redemption of bonds and bank debt

(348)

(220)

Issuance (redemption) of other borrowings

223

156

Repayment of lease liabilities

(395)

(372)

Interest paid and equivalent

(128)

(130)

Net cash received from (used in) financing activities

(1,115)

(1,733)

Net cash received from (used in) discontinued operations.

(8)

4

Impact of exchange rates on cash and cash equivalents

(11)

10

Net increase (decrease) in cash and cash equivalents

794

1,388

 

 

 

Cash and cash equivalents at opening

4,516

3,000

Cash and cash equivalents at closing

5,310

4,388

REVENUE FOR THE FIRST AND SECOND QUARTERS OF 2022

(in € millions)

 

H1 2022

H1 2021

Reported change

Comparable change
(1)

Q2 2022

Q2 2021

Reported change

Comparable change
(1)

Q1 2022

Q1 2021

Reported change

Comparable change
(1)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gucci

 

5 173

4 479

+15%

+8%

2 582

2 312

+12%

+4%

2 591

2 168

+20%

+13%

Yves Saint Laurent

 

1 481

1 046

+42%

+34%

742

529

+40%

+31%

739

517

+43%

+37%

Bottega Veneta

 

834

708

+18%

+13%

438

379

+15%

+10%

396

328

+21%

+16%

Other Houses

 

1 955

1 485

+32%

+29%

982

766

+28%

+24%

973

719

+35%

+35%

Kering Eyewear and Corporate

 

591

396

+49%

+26%

283

204

+39%

+17%

308

192

+60%

+35%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Eliminations

 

(104)

(67)

-

-

(53)

(33)

-

-

(51)

(34)

-

-

KERING

 

9 930

8 047

+23%

+16%

4 974

4 157

+20%

+12%

4 956

3 890

+27%

+21%

(1) On a comparable scope and exchange rate basis.

MAIN DEFINITIONS

Reported and comparable growth
The Group’s “reported” growth corresponds to the change in reported revenue between two periods.
The Group measures “comparable” growth (also referred to as “organic” growth) in its business by comparing revenue between two periods at constant Group structure and exchange rates.
Changes in Group structure are dealt with as follows for the periods concerned:
• the portion of revenue relating to acquired entities is excluded from the current period;
• the portion relating to entities divested or in the process of being divested is excluded from the previous period.
Currency effects are calculated by applying the average exchange rates for the current period to amounts in the previous period.

Recurring operating income
The Group’s operating income includes all revenues and expenses directly related to its activities, whether these revenues and expenses are recurring or arise from non-recurring decisions or transactions.
Other non-recurring operating income and expenses consist of items that, by their nature, amount or frequency, could distort the assessment of the Group’s operating performance as reflected in its recurring operating income. They include changes in Group structure, the impairment of goodwill and brands and, where material, of property, plant and equipment and intangible assets, capital gains and losses on disposals of non-current assets, restructuring costs and disputes.
“Recurring operating income” is therefore a major indicator for the Group, defined as the difference between operating income and other non-recurring operating income and expenses. This intermediate line item is intended to facilitate the understanding of the operating performance of the Group and its Houses and can therefore be used as a way to estimate recurring performance. This indicator is presented in a manner that is consistent and stable over the long term in order to ensure the continuity and relevance of financial information.

EBITDA
The Group uses EBITDA to monitor its operating performance. This financial indicator corresponds to recurring operating income plus net charges to depreciation, amortization and provisions on non-current operating assets recognized in recurring operating income.

Free cash flow from operations, available cash flow from operations and available cash flow
The Group uses an intermediate line item, “Free cash flow from operations”, to monitor its financial performance. This financial indicator measures net operating cash flow less net operating investments (defined as acquisitions and disposals of property, plant and equipment and intangible assets).
The Group has also defined a new indicator, “Available cash flow from operations”, in order to take into account capitalized fixed lease payments (repayments of principal and interest) pursuant to IFRS 16, and thereby reflect all of its operating cash flows.
“Available cash flow” therefore corresponds to available cash flow from operations plus interest and dividends received, less interest paid and equivalent (excluding leases).

Net debt
Net debt is one of the Group’s main financial indicators, and is defined as borrowings less cash and cash equivalents. Consequently, the cost of net debt corresponds to all financial income and expenses associated with these items, including the impact of derivative instruments used to hedge the fair value of borrowings. Borrowings include put options granted to minority interests.

Effective tax rate on recurring income
The effective tax rate on recurring income corresponds to the effective tax rate excluding tax effects relating to other non-recurring operating income and expenses.

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