Royal Bank of Scotland Group Aktie - Fundamentalanalyse - KGV - Dividende
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Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc Fundamentaldaten & Unternehmenskennzahlen der Aktie
|Bilanz-, Geschäfts-, Jahresberichte in GBP|
|operativer Netto Cashflow||-8.631.000.000|
|Ergebnis je Aktie (verwässert)||0,260|
|Aktien im Umlauf||13.611.500.000|
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|Rohdaten nach||IFRS in Millionen GBP|
|Aktiensplits||2012-06-06,1.0000/10.0000; 2009-03-17,1.000000/1.000000; 2008-11-07,1.0000/20.0000; 2008-09-15,41.000000/40.000000; 2008-09-10,1025.0000/1000.0000; 2008-05-15,487.000000/418.000000; 2007-05-08,3.0000/1.0000; 2000-07-12,895.000000/829.000000; 1989-09-04,3.0000/2.0000|
Firmen- & Unternehmensbeschreibung
In this document, and unless specified otherwise, the term ‘company’ or ‘RBSG’ means The Royal Bank of Scotland Group plc, ‘RBS’, ‘RBS Group’ or the ‘Group’ means the company and its subsidiaries, ‘the Royal Bank’ or ‘RBS plc’ means The Royal Bank of Scotland plc and ‘NatWest’ means National Westminster Bank Plc.
The company publishes its financial statements in pounds sterling (‘£’ or ‘sterling’). The abbreviations ‘£m’ and ‘£bn’ represent millions and thousands of millions of pounds sterling, respectively, and references to ‘pence’ represent pence in the United Kingdom (‘UK’). Reference to ‘dollars’ or ‘$’ are to United States of America (‘US’) dollars. The abbreviations ‘$m’ and ‘$bn’ represent millions and thousands of millions of dollars, respectively, and references to ‘cents’ represent cents in the US. The abbreviation ‘€’ represents the ‘euro’, and the abbreviations ‘€m’ and ‘€bn’ represent millions and thousands of millions of euros, respectively.
Non-GAAP financial information
RBS prepares its financial statements in accordance with IFRS as issued by the IASB which constitutes a body of generally accepted accounting principles (‘GAAP’). This document contains a number of non-GAAP (or non-IFRS) financial measures. A non-GAAP financial measure is defined as one that measures historical or future financial performance, financial position or cash flows but which excludes or includes amounts that would not be so adjusted in the most comparable GAAP measure.
The non-GAAP measures used in this document generally exclude certain items which management believe are not representative of the underlying performance of the business and which distort period-on-period comparison. These measures are used internally by management, in conjunction with IFRS financial measures, to measure performance and make decisions regarding the future direction of the business. Management believes these non-GAAP measures, when provided in combination with reported IFRS results, provide helpful supplementary information for investors. These adjusted measures, derived from the reported results are non-IFRS financial measures but are not a substitute to IFRS reported measures.
The main non-GAAP measures used in this document include:
· ‘Adjusted’ measures of financial performance, principally operating profit, operating expenses, total income and other performance measures before: own credit adjustments; gain or loss on redemption of own debt; strategic disposals, restructuring costs, litigation and conduct costs and write down of goodwill. RFS Holdings minority interest (RFS MI) was shown separately for 2014 only;
· Certain performance ratios based on the adjusted performance measures described above, including the adjusted cost:income ratio (calculated using adjusted operating income and costs), adjusted return on equity ratio (calculated using adjusted operating profit) and the 2016 cost saving progress and targets (calculated using operating expenses excluding litigation and conduct costs, restructuring costs, write down of goodwill, the impairment of other intangible assets, the operating costs of Williams & Glyn and the VAT recovery);
· Personal & Business Banking (PBB) franchise results, combining the reportable segments of UK Personal & Business Banking (UK PBB) and Ulster Bank RoI, Commercial & Private Banking (CPB) franchise results, combining the reportable segments of Commercial Banking, Private Banking and RBS International (RBSI) and ‘core bank’ results combining PBB, CPB and NatWest Markets results which are presented to provide investors with a summary of the Group’s business performance (see page 172 for further business descriptions); and
Reconciliations of these non-GAAP measures to the closest equivalent GAAP measure are presented throughout this document and in the 2016 performance on page 6.
Key operating indicators
This document includes a number of operational metrics which management believes may be helpful to investors in understanding the Group’s business, including the Groups position against its own targets. These metrics include performance, funding and credit metrics such as ‘return on tangible equity’ and related RWA equivalents incorporating the effect of capital deductions (RWAes), total assets excluding derivatives (funded assets) and net interest margin (NIM) adjusted for items designated at fair value through profit or loss (non-statutory NIM), cost:income ratio, loan:deposit ratio and REIL/impairment provision ratios. These are internal metrics used to measure business performance.
Capital and liquidity measures
Certain liquidity and capital measures and ratios are presented in this document as management believes they are helpful for investors’ understanding of the liquidity and capital profile of the business and the Group’s position against its own targets and applicable regulatory requirements. Some of these measures are used by management for risk management purposes and may not yet required to be disclosed by a government, governmental authority or self-regulatory organisation. As a result, the basis of calculation of these measures may not be the same as that used by the Group’s peers. These capital and liquidity measures and ratios include: the liquidity coverage ratio, stressed outflow coverage and net stable funding ratio.
The year on year comparison of the Commercial Banking results is affected by a number of internal business transfers which took place in 2015 and 2016. In line with changes to the business model, the UK and Western European corporate loan portfolios were transferred to Commercial Banking in Q2 2015 and Q4 2015. Ulster Bank NI transferred Q1 2016 and a transfer of clients to Retail Q2 2016. The prior period financials were not restated.