Sberbank took the sixth place among the largest world companies in creating value for shareholders in the rating of the Boston Consulting Group, RBC and Vedomosti reported. The average annual shareholder return (TSR) of Sberbank for 2015–2019 amounted to 41%.
The ten included:
Nvidia, a technology company (USA), - 64.8%;
Kweichou Moutai, a producer of alcoholic beverages (China), - 49.4%;
Wuliangye Yibin, a producer of alcoholic beverages (China), - 46.8%;
Netflix, a video content provider (USA), - 46%;
Amazon, trading platform (USA) - 42.8%;
Sberbank (Russia), - 41%;
Adidas, a manufacturer of sportswear (Germany), - 40.2%;
Adobe, software developer (USA), - 35.3%;
Kering, specializes in luxury goods (France), - 34.3%;
Recruite Holdings, personnel company (Japan), - 30.6%.
TSR is calculated on the basis of rising stock prices and dividend income. Calculations were carried out in dollars. Earlier, Sberbank postponed the decision to pay dividends for 2019 to the second half of August. The meeting of shareholders was postponed until September 25. On March 17, the Supervisory Board of Sberbank recommended that dividends should be approved in the amount of 18.7 rubles per ordinary and one preferred share. In total, it was planned to allocate 50% of net profit under IFRS for 2019 for these purposes - 422.38 billion rubles.
Recall, that on April 10, the Ministry of Finance announced the purchase of 50% of ordinary shares of Sberbank from the Central Bank at the expense of the National Welfare Fund. The deal amounted to 2.14 trillion rubles. Previously, it was estimated at 2.4 – 2.5 trillion rubles. In early May, the Central Bank and Sberbank signed a shareholder agreement.
Author: Anna Dorozhkina