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Edenred is a leading services and payments platform and the everyday companion for people at work, connecting 50 million employees and 2 million partner merchants in 46 countries via more than 850,000 corporate clients.

Edenred offers specific-purpose payment solutions for food (meal vouchers), fleet and mobility (fuel cards, commuter vouchers), incentives (gift vouchers, employee engagement platforms) and corporate payments (virtual cards). These solutions enhance employee well-being and purchasing power, improve companies’ attractiveness and efficiency, and vitalize the employment market and the local economy.

Edenred’s 10,000 employees are committed to making the world of work a connected ecosystem that is safer, more efficient and more user-friendly every day.

In 2019, thanks to its global technology assets, the Group managed €31 billion in business volume, primarily carried out via mobile applications, online platforms and cards.

Edenred is listed on the Euronext Paris stock exchange and included in the following indices: CAC Next 20, FTSE4Good, DJSI Europe and MSCI Europe.

 

    2019-2022, the new strategic plan: Next FrontierNext Frontier

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    2020 objectives

    On February 26, 2020, Edenred published its 2019 annual results and confirmed the Next Frontier strategy’s 2019-2022 targets for 2020.
    This outlook has been updated due to the uncertainties linked to the Covid-19 epidemic. In this context, Edenred has suspended its targets for full-year 2020.

     

    2019: record results in strong growth

     

    A unique business modelBusiness model

    The Group’s financial model is set out in the diagram below:

    • Total revenue, which came to €1,6 billion in 2019, is made up of operating revenue and other revenue;
      • the most relevant indicator for measuring the Group’s performance is operating revenue, part of which relates to the business volume managed by Edenred;
    • EBITDA, which corresponds to total income less operating expenses (excluding depreciation, amortization and provisions). It stood at €668 million for 2019.
    • EBIT which corresponds to operating profit before other income and expenses. It stood at €545 million for 2019. EBIT includes:
      • operating EBIT, which corresponds to EBIT before other revenue;
      • other revenue.

     

    2019: another double-digit growth of operating revenue

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    Financial results and quarterly information

    The new strategic plan (see 2019 Capital Markets Day)

    Debt and investments

    Edenred's Business lines

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    2020 Integrated Report