In the traditional Message to Shareholders, Hera’s Chairman confirms that the Company is ensuring continuity of the essential services provided to customers. He also comments on 2019 results that show significant growth, achieved keeping a limited risk profile.
Shareholders remuneration follows the Business Plan indications, with a proposed dividend per share of 10 euro cents.
Over the period from 2018 year-end to 19 February 2020, Hera’s share price surged (+67%), overperforming both the industry index – which grew by 61% – and, to an even greater extent, the Italian Blue Chips index, which in the same period increased by 39%.
Hera’s Business Plan undergoing a stress test
Hera’s Investor Relations team has just completed the new version of the “Sensitivity Game”. Presented with the name of an intriguing game, it is actually a high-potential tool for analysts and investors that aim to test the impacts of different scenario assumptions on Hera’s future performance.