Grupo Iberpapel's net profit amounted to €20.1 million in 2016, growth of 24.79% from 2015 (€16.11 million). EBITDA, meanwhile, was 12.95% higher year-on-year at €35.59 million (2015: €31.51 million).
The Iberpapel Group posted substantial earnings growth in the first half of 2016: net profit increased by 70.95% year-on-year to €9.38 million (1H15: €5.49 million).
Earnings at the Iberpapel Group rose considerably in the first quarter of 2016: net profit increased by 91% year-on-year to €3.5 million (1Q15: €1.83 million).
In the wake of yesterday's Annual General Meeting, the Board of Directors of Iberpapel has approved the payment of a dividend in the amount of €0.65 per share (before withholding tax). Of this total, €0.30 per share has already been paid out to the Company's shareholders in the form of an interim dividend, leaving payment of a final dividend of €0.35 per share pending; this dividend will be paid from 4 May 2016.
Grupo Iberpapel's net profit amounted to €16.1 million in 2015, growth of 76.83% from 2014 (€9.1 million). EBITDA, meanwhile, came in at €31.5 million, up 20.20% yearon- year.
The Iberpapel Group delivered a much better earnings performance in the first nine months of 2015, with net profit of 10.27 million euros, up 67% from the same period last year (6.15 million euros).
The Iberpapel Group's first-half results evidence clear earnings momentum: at €5.49 million, net profit jumped 75.82% year-on-year (1H14: €3.12 million).
Iberpapel Group presented a healthy earnings performance in the first quarter of the year, reporting net profit of €1.83 million (compared to €0.6 million in 1Q14).
Grupo Iberpapel's net profit amounted to €9.1 million in 2014, marking growth of 25.27% from 2013, despite the adverse impact of the recently passed electricity sector reforms. EBITDA, meanwhile, was €26.2 million, up 19.97% from 2013.
Iberpapel Group generated net profit of €6.2 million during the first nine months of the year 2014. Revenue during the first three quarters was €150.8 million, while EBITDA amounted to €16.9 million.