On July 17, Sopra Steria, one of the largest European players in IT services, made a public offer for all Ordina shares.
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2022 Key figures
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2022 Annual Report
In its 2022 annual report, Ordina presented an overview of its overall strategy and goals. Discover the most important developments during 2022, including financial and non-financial results.
Why invest in Ordina?
Ordina is a highly cash-generative digital services company with 40% to 60% dividend payout policy. Our leading position as a digital business partner in the Benelux market creates long-term value for our shareholders.
We aim for organic revenue growth at sustainable margins by focusing on specific propositions in the public sector, financial services and industry. Additionally, we drive growth by acquiring niche players and firms for remote team augmentation, broadening our recruitment funnel.
Ordina’s increasing number of high-performance teams ensures a multi-disciplinary approach, allowing us to move further up our clients’ value chains. These teams are key to our entrepreneurial culture and employee value proposition.
Ordina has been listed on Euronext Amsterdam's AScX index since 1987.
The following analyst from ING, Marc Zwartsenburg, follows Ordina actively.
Please note: any opinions, estimates, forecasts, and recommendations made by analysts are theirs alone. They do not represent official communications of Ordina or its management.
The total number of ordinary shares outstanding equals 90,015,795. In addition, Ordina has issued one priority share. Each ordinary share is entitled to cast one vote. The priority share entitles the holder to cast five votes. The priority share is held by ‘Stichting Prioriteit Ordina Groep (‘Stichting Prioriteit’).’ For more information read our Articles of Association.
Disclosure of major holdings in Listed Companies
Within the framework of the Dutch act on the disclosure of major holdings in listed companies (Wet melding zeggenschap in ter beurze genoteerde vennootschappen), Ordina received the following notifications:
Capital interest 15% to 20%: Teslin Participaties Coöperatief UA
Capital interest 10% to 15%: Mont Cervin Sàrl
Capital interest 5% to 10%: Dimensional Fund Advisors, JP Morgan Chase & Co
Capital interest 3% to 5%: Lazard Frères Gestion SAS, Samson Rock Event Driven Fund Limited, Norges Bank
Voting interest 3% to 5%: Glazer Capital LLC
Ordina is incorporated and based in the Netherlands and has a two-tier management structure comprising a Management Board and a Supervisory Board. The corporate governance structure of Ordina is based on Dutch law, the articles of association, relevant regulations, and internal policies. Our regulations and internal policies have been established based on the Dutch Corporate Governance Code. The Supervisory Board and the Management Board bear joint responsibility for Ordina’s corporate governance. Ordina wants to be an honest and trustworthy company. Acting with integrity lies at the heart of every relationship and every contact. Our core values of “We discover, We connect, We accelerate” are the drivers for the execution of our strategy.