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INDITEX: Share and capital Stock of from

2006. to 2009.
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The first Zara shop opened its doors in 1975 in La Corunna (Galicia, Spain), the city which saw the group's early beginnings and which is now home to its central offices. In May 2001, Inditex turned into a publicly traded company, being valued at $8 billion (9 billion at the time). In the 90s, Inditex began creating or acquiring subsidiaries to manage different collections: Bershka, Pull and Bear, Massimo Dutti, and Stradivarius, and founded a group called Inditex, that is Inditex known today. Although they existed earlier, Inditex enterred stock markets yet in May 2001. and turned into a publicly traded company, being valued at $8 billion (9 billion at the time). As the last counting for the Annual General Meeting 2009, Inditex had a total of 67.439 shareholders, of which 56.242 are individuals and the rest institutions with the total number of 623.330.400 shares. Below is a breakdown of the shareholding structure of the company:
Shareholders Individuals Institutions Partler 2006, S.L. Gartler, S.L. % 3,86 36,85 9,28 50,01 Website

Industria de Diseo Textil, S.A.

Type Traded as Industry

Sociedad Annima BMAD: ITX Retailing

Predecessor(s) Confecciones GOA, S.A. GOASAM, S.A. Founded Founder(s) Headquarters Area served Key people Products Revenue Operating income Profit Total assets Total equity Employees Subsidiaries Arteixo, Spain (June 12, 1985) Amancio Ortega Rosala Mera Arteixo, Spain Global Pablo Isla (Chairman and CEO) Ignacio Fernndez (CFO) Apparel/footwear specialty, other specialty 13.79 billion (2012) 2.522 billion (2012) 1.932 billion (2012) 10.95 billion (2012) 7.455 billion (2012) 100,140 (2012) Zara, Pull and Bear, Bershka,Massimo Dutti, Stradivarius,Oysho, Zara Home, Uterqe,Tempe www.inditex.com

Op.cit. wikipedia.org/wiki/Inditex [enterred 29.04.2013]

Financial data
In the table below is shown actual Inditex financial data.2
Billions of Euros Revenues: Net sales Store sales (sales in in company-managed stores and franchised stores, net of VAT) % International store sales Profits and Cash-Flow: EBITDA EBIT Net income Net income attributable to the controlling company Cash-flow Financial structure: Equity attributable to the Group Net financial debt (cash) Other information: Numbers of stores Financial and management ratios: Net financial debt on equity attributable ROE (net income attributable on equity attributable) ROCE (EBIT on average capital employed) Cash-flow on net financial debt Net gearing (assets on equity attributable) Net income attributable on net sales -48% 30% 39% -1,5 15% -47% 28% 37% -1,5 14% -54% 30% 39% -1,5 14% -45% 26% 34% -1,6 12% -26% 28% 36% -1,6 12% 6.009 5,527 5,044 4,607 4,264 8,4 -4,1 7,4 -3,5 6,4 -3,4 5,3 -2,4 4,7 -1,2 3,9 3,1 2,4 2,4 3,2 3,3 2,5 1,9 1,9 2,6 3,0 2,3 1,7 1,7 2,4 2,4 1,7 1,3 1,3 2,0 2,2 1,6 1,3 1,3 1,8 15,9 17,0 79% 13,8 14,7 75% 12,5 13,4 72% 11,1 11,7 68% 10,4 11,0 66% 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008

Table confirms Inditex's fast growing business model first presented in Inditex Annual report 2009. for which we can see that has been applied properly. Inditex controls a big part of the value generation process, which includes design, production, supply chain management, logistics and retail sales. All of these steps in the process of producing an item are managed by each brand autonomously, but the sharing of various business matters leads to significant synergies (Inditex Annual report, 2001).

According to http://www.inditex.es [accessed 09.05.2013]

Capital from 2006. to 2009.

Share stock from 2006. To 2009.