Half-year results 2010
"We have transformed the balance sheet, reorganised the business and have moved from organising and planning for growth to starting to deliver it. There is increased momentum throughout the business." - Michael Queen, Chief Executive
- Increased momentum throughout the business
- Good portfolio performance
- Gross portfolio return of 8.7% in first half driven by portfolio earnings growth
- Increased investment of £327 million
- Significant liquidity of £2.1 billion to support new investment
- Three good platforms for growth:
- Private Equity; Infrastructure; and Debt Management
- Increase in interim dividend to 1.2 pence per share
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|3i Group plc
Patrick Dunne, Group Communications Director
Kathryn van der Kroft, Press Office
Tel: 020 7975 3283
Tel: 020 7975 3021
Tel: 020 7379 5151
For further information regarding the announcement of 3i''s Half-yearly results to 30 September 2010, including a live videocast of the results presentation from 09:45am, please see http://www.3igroup.com.
Notes to editors
3i is an international investor focused on Private Equity, Infrastructure and Debt Management, investing in Europe, Asia and North America. Our competitive advantage comes from our international network and the strength and breadth of our business relationships. These underpin the value that we deliver to our portfolio, shareholders and fund investors. More information is available at:http://www.3i.com.
The online Half-yearly report 2010 will be available at http://www.2010reportingcentre.3igroup.com from 3.00pm today.
This Half-yearly report may contain certain statements about the future outlook for 3i Group plc and its subsidiaries ("3i"). Although we believe our expectations are based on reasonable assumptions, any statements about the future outlook may be influenced by factors that could cause actual outcomes and results to be materially different.
This report has been drawn up and presented for the purposes of complying with English law. Any liability arising out of or in connection with the Half-yearly report for the six months to 30 September 2010 will be determined in accordance with English law. The Half-yearly results for 2010 and 2009 are unaudited.