Key Financials

VEDANTA GROUP

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Ashwin Bajaj, Vice President,
Investor Relations, Vedanta Resources
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Mumbai 400 099, Maharashtra, INDIA
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sesainvestorrelations@vedanta.co.in

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Key Financials

Highlights for FY2010

  • Operating profit before depreciation interest and tax (PBDIT) increased by 24% to Rs. 3,153 crore in 2009-10.
  • Profit after tax (PAT after minority interest) rose by 32% to Rs. 2629 crore in 2009-10.
  • Earnings per Share (EPS-diluted) increased from Rs. 25.26 in 2008-09 to Rs. 31.62 in 2009-10.
  • Declared a 325% dividend or Rs. 325 for every Re. 1 share.
  • Strong liquidity on the balance sheet with cash and cash equivalents worth Rs. 6,952 crore as on 31st March 2010.
  • Raised US$500 million through foreign currency convertible bonds (FCCB).

Key Financial Performance Indicators

Notes : Rs in crore except as stated
Particulars FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2009 FY2010
Revenue 1,874 2,263 3,897 5,183 6,284
PBDIT 888 1,005 2,375 2,763 3,572
ROCE (%) 73.85 59.36 78.28 57.09 35.28
EPS (Rs) 145.07 164.13 391.77 25.26* 32.41*
Note: * On expanded capital base, EPS on nominal value of Re. 1

Revenue

Revenue on sale of products (net of volume rebates) is recognized on delivery of product and / or on passage of title to the buyer.

PBDIT (Profit Before Depreciation Interest and Taxes)

PBDIT is a factor of volumes, prices and costs of production. This is calculated by adjusting operating profits, depreciation interest and amortisation. Our objective is to take advantage of our low cost base to achieve the best possible margins across the businesses.

ROCE (Return on Capital Employed)

ROCE (Return on Capital Employed) is calculated on the basis of profit before tax and interest as a ratio of capital employed in business as at the balance sheet date. The objective is to consistently earn returns to ensure that capital is invested efficiently. ROCE is a good indicator of the efficiency of our productive capital.

EPS (Earnings per Share)

EPS is the net profit attributable to equity shareholders. By producing a stream of profits and EPS we will be able to pay a progressive dividend to our shareholders. EPS growth also demonstrates that our capital structure is being managed efficiently.

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