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Applus Services SA (APPS.MC)

APPS.MC on Madrid SE C.A.T.S.

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15 Dec 2017
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Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

Applus reports 9-month adj EBITDA of 140.2 mln euros
Tuesday, 31 Oct 2017 

Oct 31 (Reuters) - APPLUS SERVICES SA ::9-MONTH ADJUSTED PROFIT BEFORE TAX 89.1 MILLION EUROS VERSUS 90.9 MILLION EUROS YEAR AGO.9-MONTH ADJUSTED REVENUE 1.19 BILLION EUROS VERSUS 1.19 BILLION EUROS YEAR AGO.9-MONTH ADJUSTED EBITDA 140.2 MILLION EUROS VERSUS 141.9 MILLION EUROS YEAR AGO.SAYS PERFORMANCE IS IN-LINE WITH THE GUIDANCE FOR THE FULL YEAR‍​.EXPECTS FLAT ORGANIC REVENUE AT CONSTANT EXCHANGE RATES, FLAT ADJUSTED OPERATING PROFIT MARGIN IN 2017.  Full Article

Applus board agrees to relocate its registered office to Madrid
Wednesday, 11 Oct 2017 

Oct 11 (Reuters) - APPLUS SERVICES SA ::SAYS BOARD AGREES TO CHANGE ITS REGISTERED OFFICE TO MADRID.SAYS DECISION WAS ADOPTED IN ORDER TO MAINTAIN NORMAL OPERATIONS OF COMPANY AND TO PROTECT ITS INTERESTS.  Full Article

Applus H1 adjusted net profit down at 41.4 mln euros
Tuesday, 26 Jul 2016 

Applus Services SA : H1 adjusted net profit 41.4 million euros ($45.6 million)versus 50.0 million euros year ago . H1 adjusted revenue 783.7 million euros versus 860.4 million euros year ago . H1 adjusted EBITDA 95.0 million euros versus 108.0 million euros year ago .Sees reduction of about 5 percent of organic revenue in 2016 at constant exchange rates and margins remain under pressure.  Full Article

Credit Suisse prices Applus+ at 7.85 euros per share
Thursday, 9 Jun 2016 

Applus Services SA : Credit Suisse says prices share placement in Spanish testing and certification company Applus+ at 7.85 euros per share, a discount of around 2 percent to Thursday's closing price, to raise a total of 142.6 million euros ($161.4 million). . The investment bank earlier said it was placing 18 million shares on behalf of Carlyle investment vehicle Azul Holding, around 14 percent of the company's share capital. . Azul Holding will have no shares in the company following the placement, the bank said. Further company coverage: [APPS.MC] ($1 = 0.8837 euros) (Reporting By Sonya Dowsett; editing by Rodrigo de Miguel) ((sonya.dowsett@thomsonreuters.com;)).  Full Article

Credit Suisse to place 13.97 pct of Applus shares
Thursday, 9 Jun 2016 

Applus Services : Credit Suisse International to place 13.97 pct shares of Applus in accelerated bookbuilt offer .Credit Suisse International to place Applus shares on behalf of Azul Holding.  Full Article

Applus Q1 adjusted EBITDA down 13 pct vs last year
Monday, 9 May 2016 

Applus Services SA : Q1 adjusted revenue 376.3 million euros ($429.02 million) versus 416.7 million euros year ago . Q1 adjusted profit before tax 20.3 million euros versus 27.3 million euros year ago . Q1 adjusted EBITDA 38.2 million euros versus 43.9 million euros year ago .Sees for the FY 2016 organic revenue reduction of 5 percent at constant exchange rates.  Full Article

Credit Suisse places 10 pct of Applus at 7.95 euros/share
Thursday, 21 Apr 2016 

Applus Services SA:Credit Suisse, on behalf of Azul Holding, closes accelerated bookbuilt offer of 10 pct of Applus at 7.95 euros/share.Total value of the operation reaches 103.35 million euros.Azul Holding now holds 13.97 percent stake in Applus.  Full Article

Azul Holding places 10 pct stake in Applus for sale
Wednesday, 20 Apr 2016 

Applus Services SA:Credit Suisse Securities (Europe) to place 10 percent in Applus Services for sale in accelerated bookbuilt offer.Stake representing 13 million shares is currently held by Azul Holding SCA.  Full Article

Applus Services SA to propose dividend of 0.13 euro per share
Monday, 29 Feb 2016 

Applus Services SA:To propose dividend of 0.13 euro per share.  Full Article

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