The creation of value has always been the CIR group’s chief goal. Our holding company is historically a long-term investor and does not limit itself to the results of single years. Generating value means adopting initiatives and behaviors that allow the group and its subsidiaries to work with success in their various markets, achieving results that are sustainable over time. This approach to entrepreneurship guides the strategies and operational management of KOS and Sogefi.
The group’s activities in 2022 recorded a market recovery, after being affected by the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 and 2021. In the context of activities recovering, the group’s Distribuited Economic Value grew by 16%, thanks to the increase in activity, the increase in the price of supplies, in particular raw materials and energy, the increase in human resources employed and personnel costs. The retained economic value decreased, due to the decreasing net income, due to the negative return on financial management activities.
Prospectus of Economic Value of the CIR group
|Total Economic Value generated directly||1,811||2,080|
|Remuneration of suppliers||1,129||1,356|
|Remuneration of personnel||594||639|
|Remuneration of lenders||52||58|
|Remuneration of third parties||5||15|
|Remuneration of Public Administration||13||12|
|Total Economic Value distributed||1,793||2,080|
|Profit (loss) attributable to the owners of the parent||18||0|
|Total Economic Value retained||180||0|