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Ferrovial - Integrated annual report 2013 / Main Figures

Main Figures

Financial data

Economic-financial figures 20132012*2011**
Net revenues 8,166 7,630 7,446
EBIT1 701  708 625
Net income 727  692 1,243
Total Assets 22,820  22,230 22,951
Equity 6,074  5,780 6,246
Gross Capital Expenditure 754  320 328
Net debt/(Cash) (1,633)  (1,484) (907)
Total gross dividend  513 917 330

Operating data

Operating data 20132012*2011**
Average number of employees 61,587  55,962 69,990
Construction portfolio 7,867  8,699 9,997
Services portfolio2 17,749  12,784 12,425

Ratios

Ratios 20132012*2011**
EBIT margin 8.6%  9.3% 8.4%
Net margin 8.9%  9.1% 16.7%
Pay-out  70.6% 132.6% 27%

Per-share data

Per-share data 20132012*2011**
Capitalization 10,317  8,215 6,840
Year-end price 14.065  11.2 9.325
Average daily trading volume 46.7  45.6 38.4
Gross dividend per share  0.70 1.25 0.45
Appreciation in the year 26%  20% 25%
No. of shares at year-end 733,510,255  733,510,255 733,510,255

Million Euro

* 2012 has been re-expressed as per pension plans regulations and the change in Amey’s consolidation method (PECs).
** Due to the reallocation of value by Budimex for PNI the financial statements for 2011 have been re-expressed. See note 5.B to the consolidated annual accounts for 2012.

(1) EBITDA before impairment losses and disposals of fixed assets.
(2) Does not include the Tubelines order backlog.

Scorecard

Financial


20132012 12011 2Var. 13/12 %
Income (€ M) 8,166  7,630 7,446 7.02
EBITDA (€ M) 934  927 817 0.78
Employee remuneration (€ M) 2,351  2,102 2,018 11.85

Innovation

Innovation20132012 12011 2Var. 13/12 %
R+D+i investment (€ M)7 32.9 32.6 51.2 0.92

Ethics and Integrity

Ethics and Integrity20132012 12011 2Var. 13/12 %
Investigations prompted by reports on the Code of Ethics  52  31  63  68%
Total hours of training (related to the Code of Ethics). Accumulated 4,643 4,592 4,523 -

Quality

Quality20132012 12011 2Var. 13/12 %
Activity certified to the ISO 9001 standard (%) 90 81 71 11.11
Client satisfaction (0 to 5) 4.1  4.0 4.0 2.50

Supply Chain

Supply Chain20132012 12011 2Var. 13/12 %
Number of suppliers 60,936  57,458 60,795 6.05
Suppliers evaluated 6,038  8,415 8,360 -28.14
Supliers rejected 540  773 685 -30.14
Supliers with incidents 592  381 343 55.38

Environmental


20132012 12011 2Var. 13/12 %
Direct and indirect emissions of greenhouse gases (t CO2 eq) (Scope 1 + Scope 2)3 596,008 617,799 711,176 -3.53
Carbon intensity ((t CO2 eq/sales) Scope 1 and 2)3 74.1  80.9 96.6 -8.46
Emissions avoided (t CO2eq)3 1,231,104  1,220,225 956,998 0.89
Water consumption (m3) 1,933,592  2,615,816 3,234,343 -26.08
Activity certified to the ISO 14001 standard (%) 88  81 70 8.64

Social

People

People20132012 12011 2Var. 13/12 %
Average workforce 61,587  55,962 69,990  10.05
Workforce at close year 66,088  53,855 68,008  22.71
International workforce (%) 45  38 48 18.42
Staff on permanent contracts (%) 82  79 78 3.80
Turnover rate (%) 4 2.9  2.7 2.3 7.41
Investment in training / revenue (%) 0.15  0.21 0.16 -28.57
Investment in training / empoyee (€) 195  285 230 -31.58
Employees given performance reviews (%) 5 100  97 96 3.09
Employees with variable remuneration (%) 20  20 12 -
Changes in the workforce (%) 6 6.6  -6.7 -30.0 -198.51
Employees in OECD countries (%) 99.8  99.8 99.0 0.00
Employees protected by collective bargaining agreements (%) 78  69 78.56 13.04
Women in the workforce (%) 28.2  31.8 31 -11.32

Health and Safety

Health and Safety 20132012 12011 2Var. 13/12 %
Incidence Rate3 39.9 43.7 65.4 -8.71
Frecuency Rate3 21.1  25.7 38.3 -18.05
Severity Rate3 0.39 0.51 0.91 -23.53
Training in safe work practices (hours) 516,219  202,523 374,721 154.89
OHSAS certification (%) 89  91 NA -2.20

Community Investment

Community Investment20132012 12011 2Var. 13/12 %
Economic contribution to the community 8 3.7 4.4 47.8 -15.8
Community support projects 334 346 853 -3.47
Beneficiaries in social projects 142,563 51,816 1.696,938 175.13

1. The financial indicators for 2012 have been re-expressed as per the Pension Plans regulations and the change in Amey’s consolidation method (PECs).
2. Due to Budimex’s reallocation of value for PNI, the 2011 financial statements have been re-expressed. See note 5.B to the consolidated financial statements for 2012.
3. The data for previous years have been recalculated based on the best information available that year.
4. Refers to voluntary leaves.
5. In 2011, on structural employees in Spain. In 2012 Ferrovial Agroman UK, Ferrovial Agroman USA and Webber are also considered. In 2013 all structural employees are considered.
6. Calculated in constant scope.
7. This figure includes 757,748 euro in 2013 and 769,231 euro in 2012 corresponding to Ferrovial’s collaboration with the MIT, which is accounted for as R&D&i and community investment.
8. Includes voluntary and obligatory contributions according to the LBG methodology. This figure includes 757,748 euro in 2013 and 769,231 euro in 2012 corresponding to Ferrovial’s collaboration with the MIT, which is accounted for as R&D&i and community investment. 2011 data include as obligatory contributions the payments made for land expropriated from PMSB.