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Bouygues S.A. (Bouygues) is a diversified holding company, with key focus on construction, telecommunication and media sectors. The company mainly operates its business through five major subsidiaries, Colas SA (Colas), Bouygues Construction, Bouygues Telecom S.A. (Bouygues Telecom), Bouygues Immobilier and TF1 Group (TF1). Bouygues Construction manages building and civil works, whereas Bouygues Immobilier and Colas engage in property development and road construction businesses respectively. The company, through Bouygues Telecom, offers telecommunication, television and Internet services. Furthermore, TF1 operates as a full-line television business of Bouygues. Moreover, the company also owns majority stake in Alstom, a transport and energy infrastructure company based in France. Bouygues has operations in more than 80 countries across Europe, North America, South America, Africa, the Middle East and Asia-Pacific; and is headquartered in Paris, France.
Table Of Contents
Bouygues S.A. (EN) : Company Profile and SWOT Analysis Table of Contents
1 Business Analysis 1.1 Company Overview 1.2 Business Description 1.3 Major Products and Services 2 Analysis of Key Performance Indicators 2.1 Five Year Snapshot: Overview of Financial and Operational Performance Indicators 2.2 Key Financial Performance Indicators 2.2.1 Revenue and Operating Profit 2.2.2 Asset and Liabilities 2.2.3 Net Debt vs. Gearing Ratio 2.2.4 Solvency 2.2.5 Valuation 2.3 Competitive Benchmarking 2.3.1 Market Capitalization 2.3.2 Efficiency 2.3.3 Valuation 2.3.4 Turnover - Inventory and Asset 2.3.5 Liquidity 3 SWOT Analysis 3.1 SWOT Analysis - Overview 3.2 Strengths 3.3 Weaknesses 3.4 Opportunities 3.5 Threats 4 Company Statement 5 History 6 Key Employees 7 Key Employee Biographies 8 Locations and Subsidiaries 8.1 Head Office 8.2 Other Locations and Subsidiaries 9 Appendix 9.1 Methodology 9.2 Ratio Definitions 9.3 Disclaimer
List of Tables
Table 1: Major Products and Services Table 2: Key Ratios - Annual Table 3: Key Ratios - Interim Table 4: Key Capital Market Indicators Table 5: History Table 6: Key Employees Table 7: Key Employee Biographies Table 8: Subsidiaries
List of Figures
Figure 1: Revenue and Operating Profit Figure 2: Financial Position Figure 3: Net Debt vs. Gearing Ratio Figure 4: Solvency Figure 5: Valuation Figure 6: Market Capitalization Figure 7: Efficiency Figure 8: Valuation Figure 9: Turnover - Inventory and Asset Figure 10: Liquidity