Brokers' Consensus
Brokers Consensus (*) 2023 Actual 2024E 2025E 2026E
Consolidated Revenues 1,905 2,042 2,209 2,365
  YOY growth 7.2% 8.2% 7.0%
Adjusted EBIT (**) 220 231 276 321
  % Adjusted EBIT Margin 11.6% 11.3% 12.5% 13.6%
Net Profit 136 139 163 179
  % Net Profit Margin 7.1% 6.8% 7.4% 7.6%

Last Update – 27/06/2024

(*) Brokers consensus based on the average of the five analysts estimates listed in the “Analyst Coverage” page.

(**) Adjusted EBIT and Adjusted EBIT Margin

Adjusted EBIT is defined as profit / (loss) before income taxes plus financial income, financial expenses, foreign exchange losses and the result from investments accounted for using the equity method, adjusted for income and costs which are significant in nature and that management considers not reflective of underlying operating activities, including, for one or all of the periods presented and as further described below, transaction costs related to acquisitions, severance indemnities and provisions for severance expenses, legal costs for trademark dispute, costs related to the Business Combination, net impairment of leased and owned stores, special donations for social responsibility, net (income)/costs related to lease agreements and certain other items.

Adjusted EBIT Margin is defined as Adjusted EBIT divided by revenues of the applicable period.

The Group’s management uses Adjusted EBIT and Adjusted EBIT Margin for internal reporting to assess performance and as part of the forecasting, budgeting and decision-making processes as they provide additional transparency regarding the Group’s underlying operating performance. The Group’s management believes these non-IFRS financial measures are useful because they exclude items that management believes are not indicative of the Group’s underlying operating performance and allow management to view operating trends, perform analytical comparisons and benchmark performance between periods and among segments. The Group’s management also believes that Adjusted EBIT and Adjusted EBIT Margin are useful for investors and analysts to better understand how management assesses the Group’s underlying operating performance on a consistent basis and to compare the Group’s performance with that of other companies. Accordingly, management believes that Adjusted EBIT and Adjusted EBIT Margin provide useful information to third party stakeholders in understanding and evaluating the Group’s operating results.