Glossary of terms
|Net asset value per share
|equity attributable to owners of Imperial divided by total ordinary shares in issue net
of share repurchased (the deferred ordinary shares only participate to the extent of their par value of 0,04 cents).
|is the aggregate of interest-bearing borrowings, non-redeemable, non-participating preference shares less cash resources.
|Net capital expenditure
|is the aggregate of the expansion and replacement capital expenditure of rental assets and non-rental assets.
|Net working capital
|is inventories plus trade and other receivables less trade and other payables and provisions.
|total assets less loans receivable, tax assets, assets of discontinued operations, assets of disposal group and cash resources in respect of non-financial services segments.
|total liabilities less interest-bearing borrowings, tax liabilities, put option liabilities, liabilities of discontinued operation and liabilities of disposal groups.
|Operating margin (%)
|operating profit divided by revenue.
|calculated as profit before tax, impairment of goodwill and profit or loss on sale of investment in subsidiaries, associates and join ventures and other businesses.
|Return on invested capital (%)
|this is the return divided by invested capital.
|return is calculated by reducing the operating profit by a blended tax rate, which is an average of the actual tax rates applicable in the various jurisdictions in which Imperial operate, increased by the share of result of associates and joint ventures.
|Invested capital is a 12-month average of – total equity plus non-redeemable, non participating preference shares plus interest-bearing borrowings less interest bearing long-term receivables less cash resources in non-financial services businesses.
|Weighted average cost
of capital (WACC) (%)
|calculated by multiplying the cost of each capital component by its proportional weight, therefore: WACC = (after tax cost of debt % multiplied by average debt weighting) + (cost of equity multiplied by average equity weighting). The cost of equity is blended recognising the cost of equity in the different jurisdictions in which Imperial operates. This is different from the prior year where a South African cost of equity was used.