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Hellaby delivers record operating earnings


Hellaby delivers record operating earnings

Hellaby Holdings’ group performance highlights for the 12 months to 30 June 2014:

• Trading EBITDA up 49% to $56.1 million

• Group NPAT (normalised) up 44% to $26.8 million

• Earnings per share (normalised) up 20% to 27.4 cents

• 25.4% return on funds employed

• Three acquisitions completed

• Revaluation of Footwear retail businesses

• Total dividend for year up 15% to 15c cents per share, fully imputed

Full results: Hellaby Holdings Ltd : Presentations

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