What is the business performance and financial condition of the company?

Movements in business performance

Business performance for fiscal year ended March 31, 2023

Net sales was 142.0 billion yen due to the impact of foreign exchange rates, despite the impact of production cutbacks caused by semiconductor shortages and the lockdown in China.
Operating income was 1.3 billion yen due to production cutbacks and operating losses caused by fluctuations in production plans.
Net income was 1.3 billion yen due to gain on sales of securities, despite impairment loss of an overseas subsidiary.

Sales Operating income, Ordinary income, Profit attributable to owners of parent

Financial base

We have built a solid financial base while taking into consideration the balance between equity and interest-bearing debt.

Interest-bearing debt of the Moriroku Group
Equity ratio and DE ratio of the Moriroku Group

Shareholder returns

Moriroku Holdings has positioned the return of profits to its shareholders as one of its priority management policies. Our basic policy in this regard is to continue distributing stable dividends while securing the internal reserves needed to accommodate our future business development and shifts in our operating environment.
We aim to pay a dividend on equity (DOE) of 2.2%, with a future target of 3.0%.

Dividends per share
Dividend on equity (DOE) : 3/20: 2.4%, 3/21: 1.2%, 3/22: 2.2%, 3/23 2.2%

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