Adjusted EPS definition

Adjusted EPS means earnings per share further adjusted for share-based payments, amortization of acquired intangible assets, items outside the normal scope of our ordinary activities (including other items, within selling, general and administrative expenses, losses/(gains) on items held at fair value and remeasurements through profit and loss, impairment losses on tangible assets, and impairment losses on intangible assets) and the related tax effects of these adjustments. Adjusted EPS provides a basis for comparison of our business operations between current, past and future periods by excluding items that we do not believe are indicative of our core operating performance. Adjusted EPS may not be comparable to other similarly titled metrics of other companies.
Adjusted EPS for a calendar year shall mean the Company’s diluted net earnings per share for such year as determined under U.S. generally accepted accounting principles (“GAAP”) but subject to such adjustments, if any, for non-GAAP financial measures that are reflected in a reconciliation to the GAAP financial statements included in the Company’s Annual Report on Form 10-K filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Examples of Adjusted EPS in a sentence

  • Adjusted EPS was 1.95 $/share in Q4 2022, compared to 0.40 $/share in Q4 2021.▪ In Q4 2022, CAPEX was 145.2 $MM, reflecting the drilling of eight wells and the completion of seven wells in our Vaca Muerta blocks.▪ In Q4 2022, the Company recorded a positive free cash flow of 57.2 $MM.

  • Adjusted EPS (Earnings per share): Adjusted Net Income/Loss divided by weighted average number of ordinary shares.

  • Adjusted EPS was 4.23 $/share in 2022, compared to 0.89 $/share in 2021.

  • Adjusted EPS is used to calculate performance outcomes, meaning that the Board retains the discretion to adjust EPS to ensure that participants are not penalised or provided with a windfall gainarising from matters outside of management’s control (for example, one-off non-recurrent items).

More Definitions of Adjusted EPS

Adjusted EPS means “Adjusted EPS” or “Adjusted earnings per diluted share” as determined and reported by the Company in its earnings release for the most recently completed fiscal year in the Performance Period.
Adjusted EPS means net income plus the after-tax impact of deferred financing costs and other non-recurring expenses approved by the Compensation Committee or the Board of Directors divided by the weighted average shares outstanding on a fully diluted basis for the period as set forth on the audited annual financial statements of the Company and, when appropriate to the calculations, the internally generated financial statements for each month and quarter of the fiscal year, prepared in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles.
Adjusted EPS means, as to the Corporation and any other Company Peer Group member for a particular Performance Period, the reported earnings per share of that entity for that particular Performance Period (using the calculation, whether in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (“GAAP”) or non-GAAP, principally used by that entity to publicly report its earnings per share for that period), subject to the adjustments described below.
Adjusted EPS means the Company’s Adjusted Net Earnings divided by the weighted-average number of common shares outstanding on a diluted basis during the Plan Year, rounded to the third decimal place.
Adjusted EPS means EPS after giving effect to any adjustments applicable pursuant to Section 11.1(d) at the time Business Criteria and Performance Target(s) are established for any Year or Years.
Adjusted EPS means diluted net earnings per share of Common Stock attributable to common shareholders for the fiscal year ending , 20 (the “20 Fiscal Year”); provided, that all items of gain, loss, or expense for the 20 Fiscal Year determined by the Committee to be extraordinary, unusual in nature, infrequent in occurrence, related to the acquisition or disposal of a business, or related to a change in accounting principle, all as determined in accordance with standards established by the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) Accounting Standards Codification (ASC) 225-20, Income Statement, Extraordinary and Unusual Items, and FASB ASC 830-10, Foreign Currency Matters, overall, other applicable accounting rules, or consistent with the Company’s policies and practices on the Grant Date may be included or excluded in calculating such diluted net earnings per share of Common Stock attributable to common shareholders. In addition, in determining diluted net earnings per share of Common Stock attributable to common shareholders for the 20 Fiscal Year, the shares of Common Stock outstanding used in such determination shall not be reduced for any shares of Common Stock repurchased by the Company during the period from the Grant Date through the last day of the 20 Fiscal Year under any share repurchase authorization by the Board.
Adjusted EPS means fully diluted earnings per share as determined pursuant to generally accepted accounting principles consistently applied (“GAAP”), but excluding (1) extraordinary or nonrecurring items in accordance with GAAP, (2) the impact of any change in accounting principles that occurs during either the baseline period or the performance period and the cumulative effect thereof (the Committee may either apply the changed accounting principle to the baseline period and the full performance period, or exclude the impact of the change in accounting principle from both periods), (3) goodwill and other intangible impairment charges, (4) gains or charges associated with (i) a business becoming a discontinued operation, (ii) the sale or divestiture (in any manner) of any interest in a business or (iii) the obtaining or losing control of a business, as well as the gains or charges associated with the operation of any business (a) that during the baseline period or the performance period is or becomes a discontinued operation, (b) as to which control is lost during the baseline period or the performance period, or (c) as to which the Company sells or divests its interest in the baseline period or the performance period, (5) gains or charges related to the sale or impairment of assets, (6)(i) all transaction costs directly related to the acquisition of any whole or partial interest in a business, (ii) all restructuring charges directly related to any business as to which the Company acquired a whole or partial interest and incurred within two years of the acquisition date, (iii) all charges and gains arising from the resolution of contingent liabilities related to any business as to which the Company acquired a whole or partial interest and identified as of the acquisition date, and (iv) all other charges directly related to the acquisition of any whole or partial interest in a business and incurred within two years of the acquisition date, and (7) the impact of any discrete income tax charges or benefits recorded in the performance period; provided, that with respect to the gains and charges referred to in sections (3), (4), (5), (6)(iii), (6)(iv) and (7), only gains or charges that individually or as part of a series of related items exceed $10 million in aggregate during the baseline and performance periods are excluded. These performance criteria are in addition to the time-based vesting criteria that apply to these awards.