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Keing & Lvmh

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NOTE ON KERING AND LVMH

LEADING EUROPEAN FASHION AND LUXURY GOODS COMPANIES: FINANCIAL COMPARISONS | Revenue, €m | 5-year revenue growth | Operating margin | ROE | ROCE+ | Prada SpA | 3,587 | 130% | 26.2% | 23.4% | 31.7% | Salvatore Ferragamo SpA | 1,258 | 103% | 17.4% | 41.1% | 46.7% | Burberry Group plc | 2,936 | 97% | 18.9% | 27.7% | 34.4% | Hermes International SCA | 3,755 | 96% | 32.4% | 28.0% | 42.3% | Kering SA | 9,748 | (28%) | 13.4% | 8.2%* | 8.5% | LMVH | 29,149 | 71% | 20.2% | 12.9% | 16.6% | *Before extraordinary items + Operating income/Equity+Debt
KERING
Kering SA is a France-based company that specializes in retail and luxury goods distribution. The Company operates through two core segments: LUXURY, which operates the Luxury Group division of PPR SA and designs, manufactures and markets luxury items, such as ready-to-wear clothing, leather goods, shoes, watches, jewelry, fragrances and cosmetics products; and SPORT & LIFESTYLE segment, which designs and develops footwear, apparel and accessories under the brand names Puma, Volcom and Electrics. LUXURY's various brands include Gucci, Saint Laurent, Alexander McQueen, Brioni, Christopher Kane, Stella McCartney, Sergio Rossi, Boucheron, Girard-Perregaux, JEANRICHARD, Pomellato and Qeelin. On March 26, 2013, it acquired France Croco, which specializes in the sourcing, tanning and processing of crocodilian skins. On June 4, 2013 it closed the sale of its Nordic brands Ellos and Jotex. In July 2013, it completed the acquisition of a majority stake in the Pomellato group. Fiscal data as of Dec 31 2013 | 2013 | 2012 | 2011 | 2010 | 2009 | REVENUE AND GROSS PROFIT | Total revenue | 9,748 | 9,736 | 8,062 | 11,008 | 13,584 | OPERATING EXPENSES | Cost of revenue total | 3,658 | 3,776 | 3,087 | 5,639 | 6,901 | Selling, general and admin. expenses, total | 1,535 |...

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