How we create shareholder value
Demand for kitchens is affected by the general economic development and interest in interior decorating and design. Few actors on the European kitchen market has Nobia’s size and thereby its possibilities to capitalise on synergies in purchasing, production, administration, marketing and sales. This creates the conditions for increased shareholder value in Nobia.
Three reasons for investing in Nobia:
- The kitchen is the heart of the home for Europeans
- Nobia is Europe’s leading kitchen specialist with strong brands
- Nobia has a strategy for efficiency enhancements and growth
One of Nobia’s financial targets is that dividends to shareholders on average shall on average be in the range of 40–60 per cent of net profit after tax. When decisions about the amount of the dividend are made, the company’s capital structure is to be taken into consideration.
Each share, apart from own shares, entitles the holder to one vote anthe right to a share of the company’s capital and profits. Nobia has only one class of share.
Contact with the stock market
Nobia’s objective is to simplify the market valuation process by providing clear information. Contact with the stock market is primarily based on quarterly financial reports, press releases and company presentations.
These securities brokers and banks regularly monitor Nobia’s development: ABG Sundal Collier, Carnegie, Danske Bank, DNB, Handelsbanken, Nordea and SEB.
Latest update: 16 May 2016