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Investor Presentation

Full-year consolidated results 2016

Our ambition

To be the reference European company for services to the elderly. This ambition is based on the implementation of a profitable growth strategy. 

Our strategy

Our strategy is based on the development of our four business activities in our four countries, allying organic growth and acquisitions.

Although the priority is to strengthen our positions on our existing markets, we are still open to opportunities for development in new countries.

Our prospects 

We are positioned on a long-term market, with growth based on favourable demographic trends and the utility of our professions. Implementation of our strategy should enable us to achieve a revenue of €3 billion in 2017. 

  

4 ACTIVITIES

Long-term care nursing homes
Post-acute and rehabilitaion care clinics
Assisted living facilities
Home care

4 COUNTRIES

France Germany Italy Belgium

REVENUE FORECAST IN 2017

€3billion

+17%

FROM 2007 TO 2017

Key Figures


REVENUE IN 2016

€2.98billion

x2.4

BETWEEN 2012 and 2015

€1.90billion

Shareholders equity

14.1%

OPERATING MARGIN

€1.47billion

NET DEBT

0.60€/action

Amount of last dividend

Governance

General Management

Group organization

Sophie Boissard, a French Councillor of State, is a graduate of the Ecole Normale Supérieure and the Ecole Nationale d’Administration (ENA).

After having held various positions in the public sector, notably at the State Council, the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs and the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Finance, she joined the Executive Committee of the SNCF group in 2008 where she first created and directed the Gares & Connexions department, management and development of train stations, before moving on in 2014 to oversee SNCF Immobilier, the branch in charge of developing the SNCF group’s real estate property and other holdings.

Between 2012 and 2014, she was also responsible for the SNCF group’s strategy and development, focusing particularly on the diversification of the Group’s activities, especially on the international level, as well as on strategic partnerships and innovation while in parallel overseeing the merger with the Réseau Ferré Français (RFF) in France.

As of 26 January 2016, Sophie Boissard is Chief Executive Officer for the Korian group as well as a member of the board of directors at SANEF (a motorway company) and a member of the supervisory board at Allianz (an insurance group).

Country Business Units Heads

Group's functional divisions Heads



The Korian Institute of Ageing Well

The board of directors

Our Group is administered by a Board of Directors composed of 11 members, chaired by Christian Chautard. Four committees provide information for the Board's debates and submit their proposals to the Board: the Audit Committee, the Compensation and Appointments Committee, the Investment Committee and the Ethics and Quality Committee.

Guy de Panafieu has been appointed as Observer.

Four specialist Committees have been set up within the Board of Directors.

The Audit Committee

chaired by Guy de Panafieu

The Compensation and Appointments Committee

chaired by Anne Lalou

The Investment Committee

chaired by Jérôme Grivet

The Ethics and Risks Committee

chaired by Jean-Pierre Duprieu

The Board of Directors has adopted Internal Regulations which set out and specify, in addition to the statutory provisions as well as all legal and regulatory provisions in force, its organisational and operating procedures. They also set out the rights and obligations of all members of the Board.

See the Internal Regulations

INVESTORS CONTACT

Nadine Coulm Tel : +33 (0) 55 37 53 55 finance@korian.com