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Fact Sheet

Highlights 2013

  • Solid organic sales growth drive by all businesses and regions
  • Emerging markets with very strong OSG
  • Adjusted EBIT margin at all-time high, supported by all businesses
  • Net debt changed to net cash position
  • Increase in dividend payout ratio
  • Successful first step in 2016 strategy execution

In million euros

2012

2013

+/-

Sales

16,510

16,355

 -0.9 %

Operating profit (EBIT)

2,199

2,285

3.9 %

Adjusted1 operating profit (EBIT)

2,335

2,516

7.8 %

Return on sales (EBIT) in %

13.3

14.0

0.7 pp

Adjusted1 return on sales(EBIT) in %

14.1

15.4

1.3 pp

Net income

1,526

1,625

6.5 %

– Attributable to non-controlling interests

 -46

 -36

 -21.7 %

– Attributable to shareholders of Henkel AG & Co. KGaA

 1,480

 1,589

 7.4 %

Earnings per preferred share in euros

3.42

3.67

7.3 %

Adjusted1 earnings per preferred share in euros

3.63

4.07

12.1 %

Return on capital employed (ROCE) in %

18.7

20.5

1.8 pp

Dividend per ordinary share in euros

0.93

1.20

 29.0 %

Dividend per ordinary preferred in euros

0.95

1.22

 28.4 %

pp = percentage points
1 Adjusted for one-time charges/gains and restructuring charges

Growth in revenues after adjusting for effects arising from acquisitions, divestments and foreign exchange differences – i.e. “top line” growth generated from within.

Organic sales growth

Earnings Before Interest and Taxes (EBIT) adjusted for exceptional items in the form of one-time charges, onetime gains and restructuring charges.

Adjusted EBIT

Abbreviation for Earnings before Interest and Taxes. Standard profit metric that enables the earning power of the operating business activities of a company to be assessed independently of its financial structure, enabling comparability between entities where these are financed by varying levels of debt capital.

EBIT

Borrowings less cash and cash equivalents and readily monetizable financial instruments classified as “available for sale” or in the “fair value option,” less positive and plus negative fair values of hedging transactions.

Net debt

Indicates what percentage of annual net income (adjusted for exceptional items) is paid out in dividends to shareholders, including non-controlling interests.

Payout ratio

Abbreviation for Earnings before Interest and Taxes. Standard profit metric that enables the earning power of the operating business activities of a company to be assessed independently of its financial structure, enabling comparability between entities where these are financed by varying levels of debt capital.

EBIT

Assessment of the creditworthiness of a company as published by rating agencies.

Rating

Abbreviation for Earnings before Interest and Taxes. Standard profit metric that enables the earning power of the operating business activities of a company to be assessed independently of its financial structure, enabling comparability between entities where these are financed by varying levels of debt capital.

EBIT

Assessment of the creditworthiness of a company as published by rating agencies.

Rating

Abbreviation for Earnings before Interest and Taxes. Standard profit metric that enables the earning power of the operating business activities of a company to be assessed independently of its financial structure, enabling comparability between entities where these are financed by varying levels of debt capital.

EBIT

Abbreviation for Earnings before Interest and Taxes. Standard profit metric that enables the earning power of the operating business activities of a company to be assessed independently of its financial structure, enabling comparability between entities where these are financed by varying levels of debt capital.

EBIT

Proportion of equity attributable to third parties in subsidiaries included within the scope of consolidation. Previously termed “minority interests.” Valued on a proportional net asset basis. A pro-rata portion of the net earnings of a corporation is due to shareholders owning non-controlling interests.

Non-controlling interests

Abbreviation for “Kommanditgesellschaft auf Aktien.” A KGaA is a company with a legal identity (legal entity) in which at least one partner has unlimited liability with respect to the company’s creditors (personally liable partner), while the liability for such debts of the other partners participating in the share-based capital stock is limited to their share capital (limited shareholders).

KGaA

Capital invested in company assets and operations. Equity + interest-bearing liabilities.

Capital employed

Sales 2013

Sales and EBIT development

Leading Market Positions

We are continuing to expand our three business units Laundry & Home Care, Beauty Care and Adhesive Technologies, each of which offer considerable potential, both for further organic growth and for enhanced profitability. Already today, we enjoy leading positions in all three units, which we intend to further expand going forward.

Laundry & Home Care

Key facts 2013

  • Strong organic sales growth
  • Adj. EBIT margin showing excellent increase
  • Emerging markets OSG double-digit
  • Mature markets OSG slightly negative
  • Strong promotional pressure
  • Innovation rate 45%

Growth in revenues after adjusting for effects arising from acquisitions, divestments and foreign exchange differences – i.e. “top line” growth generated from within.

Organic sales growth

Abbreviation for Earnings before Interest and Taxes. Standard profit metric that enables the earning power of the operating business activities of a company to be assessed independently of its financial structure, enabling comparability between entities where these are financed by varying levels of debt capital.

EBIT

Beauty Care

Key facts 2013

  • Solid organic sales growth
  • Adj. EBIT margin showing strong increase
  • Emerging markets OSG very strong
  • Mature markets OSG positive
  • Strong promotional pressure
  • Innovation rate 45%

Growth in revenues after adjusting for effects arising from acquisitions, divestments and foreign exchange differences – i.e. “top line” growth generated from within.

Organic sales growth

Abbreviation for Earnings before Interest and Taxes. Standard profit metric that enables the earning power of the operating business activities of a company to be assessed independently of its financial structure, enabling comparability between entities where these are financed by varying levels of debt capital.

EBIT

Adhesive Technologies

Key facts 2013

  • Solid organic sales growth
  • Adj. EBIT margin showing excellent increase
  • Emerging markets OSG strong
  • Mature markets OSG positive
  • Innovation rate 30%

Growth in revenues after adjusting for effects arising from acquisitions, divestments and foreign exchange differences – i.e. “top line” growth generated from within.

Organic sales growth

Abbreviation for Earnings before Interest and Taxes. Standard profit metric that enables the earning power of the operating business activities of a company to be assessed independently of its financial structure, enabling comparability between entities where these are financed by varying levels of debt capital.

EBIT

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