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Below you will find answers to the most common questions posed by investors interested in Alma Media.
Alma Media's long-term financial targets are as follows:
See our Financial targets and achievements page for more detailed information.
In order to support growth, Alma Media aims to allocate investments, repayment of debt and distribution of profit optimally from the company's and investors' point of view. On average, Alma Media will distribute over one half of the financial result for the period as dividends. See the history of dividend payout ratio above.
Have a look at our outlook,
which we update quarterly, in connection with the publication of the
interim report. We continuously renew our operations and products to
better anticipate the changing needs of consumers and media clients.
Digital consumer and business services play an important role in Alma's
Read about our strategy from Strategy page.
We follow media advertising spending on a monthly basis through statistics compiled by Kantar TNS
The paid circulation of Alma Media’s regional newspapers has
declined, as the popularity of digitally distributed content has
increased. The sales volume for Iltalehti, which relies on single-copy
sales, has also decreased due to changes in buying habits and the
digitalisation of content. More information on the circulation of
Finnish newspapers is available on the Finnish Audit Bureau of
In 2019 the online business for continuing businesses accounted for 67% of Alma Media's annual net sales.
In 2019 approximately 35% of revenue for continuing businesses.
Yes. Click here to read more about incentive systems for key personnel.
Alma Media publishes three interim reports (typically published in the end of April, July and October), the financial statements bulletin (typically published in February) and the annual report (published in March) every year. Have a look at the exact dates at our Calendar.
A list of the largest shareholders, updated
monthly, is available in the Share & Shareholders section of this
Shareholders of listed companies have an obligation to notify both Finnish Financial Supervisory Authority (FSA) and the listed company of changes in their holdings and voting rights. Listed companies have an obligation to publicly disclose the shareholder's notification.
Under the provisions of the Securities Markets Act, changes in holdings must be disclosed when the holding reaches, exceeds or falls below 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 50 or 90 per cent or two thirds of the voting rights or the numbers of shares of the company.
Notifications of changes in holdings or voting rights must be made without undue delay. Further information can be found on FSA’s web pages.The flagging notice to Alma Media can be sent by email to the address email@example.com .