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Bank Of Ireland Group plc ( BKIC.LSE )
22.64USD
Sector:
Other
Industry:
Other
Country:
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3y
5y
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Historical Returns*:
SPY
31.15%
BKIC.LSE
7.97%
SPY
32.74%
-21.06%
BKIC.LSE
SPY
92.93%
BKIC.LSE
0.13%
SPY
224.41%
BKIC.LSE
173.73%
*Assumes dividends reinvested
Market Stats:
Market Capitalization($MM)
Enterprise Value($MM)
Daily Volume(MM)
23926.28
-10438.53
0.00
Valuation Metrics:
Price/Earnings Ratio
Price/Sales Ratio
Price/Book Value
FCF Yield(%)
Dividend Yield(%)
EV/EBITDA
26.49
6.00
0.15
0.00
0.00
0.00
Profitability Stats:
Operating Margin %(ttm)
Gross Profit %(ttm)
EBITDA Margin %(ttm)
0.00
0.00
0.00
Shareholder Value Creation:
Cost of Capital %(est)
ROIC %(ttm)
ROCE %(ttm)
Beta
4.2327
0.64
0.82
-0.01
Other Earnings and Cash Flow Stats:
Bank Of Ireland Group plc ( BKIC.LSE ) Net Income TTM ($MM) is 0.00
Bank Of Ireland Group plc ( BKIC.LSE ) Operating Income TTM ($MM) is 0.00
Bank Of Ireland Group plc ( BKIC.LSE ) Owners' Earnings Annual ($MM) is 0.00
Bank Of Ireland Group plc ( BKIC.LSE ) Current Price to Owners' Earnings ratio is 0.00
Bank Of Ireland Group plc ( BKIC.LSE ) EBITDA TTM ($MM) is 0.00
Bank Of Ireland Group plc ( BKIC.LSE ) EBITDA Margin is 0.00%
Capital Allocation:
Bank Of Ireland Group plc ( BKIC.LSE ) has paid 0.00 dividends per share and bought back 12.420251 million shares in the past 12 months
Bank Of Ireland Group plc ( BKIC.LSE ) has increased its debt by 0.0 million USD in the last 12 months
Capital Structure:
Bank Of Ireland Group plc ( BKIC.LSE ) Interest-bearing Debt ($MM) as of last quarter is 0
Bank Of Ireland Group plc ( BKIC.LSE ) Annual Working Capital Investments ($MM) are 0
Bank Of Ireland Group plc ( BKIC.LSE ) Book Value ($MM) as of last quarter is 155404
Bank Of Ireland Group plc ( BKIC.LSE ) Debt/Capital as of last quarter is 0%
Other Balance Sheet Stats:
Bank Of Ireland Group plc ( BKIC.LSE ) has 34364 million in cash on hand as of last quarter
Bank Of Ireland Group plc ( BKIC.LSE ) has 0 million of liabilities due within 12 months, and long term debt 0 as of last quarter
Bank Of Ireland Group plc ( BKIC.LSE ) has 1056 common shares outstanding as of last quarter
Bank Of Ireland Group plc ( BKIC.LSE ) has 0 million USD of preferred stock value
Academic Scores:
Bank Of Ireland Group plc ( BKIC.LSE ) Altman Z-Score is 1.09 as of last quarter
Bank Of Ireland Group plc ( BKIC.LSE ) Piotroski Score is 1.00 as of last quarter
Corporate Governance:
Bank Of Ireland Group plc ( BKIC.LSE ) largest shareholder is owning shares at 0.00 ($MM) value
(an insider) shares of Bank Of Ireland Group plc ( BKIC.LSE ) for the amount of $ on
0.00% of Bank Of Ireland Group plc ( BKIC.LSE ) is held by insiders, and 0.00% is held by institutions
Bank Of Ireland Group plc ( BKIC.LSE ) went public on 1970-01-01
Other Bank Of Ireland Group plc ( BKIC.LSE ) financial metrics:
FCF:0.00
Unlevered Free Cash Flow:0.00
EPS:0.00
Operating Margin:0.00
Gross Profit Margin:0.00
Div. Payout Ratio%:0.00
Div. Growth YoY%:0.00
Equity Return%:0.00
Beta:-0.01
Buffet's Owners Earnings:0.00
Price to Owner's Earnings:0.00
About Bank Of Ireland Group plc ( BKIC.LSE ) :
Bank of Ireland Group plc provides various banking and financial products and services in the Republic of Ireland, the United Kingdom, and internationally. The company operates through five segments: Retail Ireland, Bank of Ireland Life, Retail UK, Corporate and Treasury, and Group Centre. Its products and services include current accounts and deposit services, overdrafts, term loans, mortgages, business and corporate lending, international asset financing, leasing, instalment credit, invoice discounting, foreign exchange (FX) facilities, interest and exchange rate hedging instruments, life assurance, and pension and protection products. The company's product and services also include credit facilities, project finance, wealth management, credit cards, financial planning and investments, retirement planning, funding and acquisition, leveraged acquisition finance, property finance, day-to-day cash management, treasury, trade finance, transaction support and agency, escrow agency, agriculture investment fund, BOIUK payment acceptance, asset and commercial finance, treasury deposit products, and personal products. It serves customers through a network of 250 branches and approximately 1,600 ATMs in the Republic of Ireland; and access to 11,500 branches and 2,400 ATMs in the U.K. via the company's relationship as financial services partner with the U.K. Post Office. Bank of Ireland Group plc was founded in 1783 and is headquartered in Dublin, the Republic of Ireland.
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