EVA definition

EVA means the economic value added to the Company during the Plan Year as determined by the net operating profit in a particular Business Unit as reflected on the Company’s books for internal reporting purposes, reduced by the cost of capital.
EVA means the Economic Value Added of the Company determined each Plan Year by deducting the Company’s Capital Charge from the Company’s Net Income, as determined in a manner consistent with the terms of the Manual.
EVA means the excipient ethlyene vinyl acetate copolymer incorporated in the Product.

Examples of EVA in a sentence

  • The requirement in this Section E.V.A applies at all times until Contract execution.

  • Bank Vontobel’s financial analysts apply a variety of valuation methodologies (e.g. DCF and EVA modelling, 'sum-of-the-parts', break-up and event-related analysis, peer group and market multiple comparisons) to their own financial projections for the companies they cover.

  • The Business Line’s results are reflected in the following value indicators: EVA rose to €112 million in first half of 2011 from€107 million in first half of 2010 (+4.7%); the cost income ratio stood at 56.0% in the first half of 2011, a good improvement from the first half of the year ended (58.7%), thanks to both an increase in revenues and cost containment.

  • Solar module shall be laminated using lamination technology using established polymer (EVA) and Tedlar / Polyester laminate.

  • Attached backing (I.e., EVA foam) is not part of composite unit, therefore it is excluded.


More Definitions of EVA

EVA means, with respect to an EVA Business Unit for a fiscal year, the NOPAT of such EVA Business Unit for such year minus the Capital Charge of such EVA Business Unit for such year, all as determined by the Chief Financial Officer with the concurrence of the Committee. EVA may be positive or negative.
EVA means the net operating profit after taxes, as adjusted to eliminate the effect of non-economic elements of generally accepted accounting principles (“NOPAT”), less the weighted average cost of capital employed during the year (“Employed Capital”). The Committee shall have the discretion to adjust NOPAT to include or exclude: (i) extraordinary, unusual and/or non-recurring items of gain or loss, (ii) gains or losses on the disposition of a business, (iii) changes in tax or accounting regulations or laws, or (iv) the effect of a merger or acquisition, as identified in the Company’s quarterly and annual earnings releases. In all other respects, Performance Criteria shall be calculated in accordance with the Company’s financial statements, generally accepted accounting principles, or under a methodology established by the Committee prior to the issuance of an Award that is consistently applied and identified in the audited financial statements, including footnotes, or the Management Discussion and Analysis section of the Company’s annual report.
EVA means economic value added, calculated as NOPAT less a capital charge as follows: the weighted average cost per dollar of Capital for the year or other period times the amount of Capital invested. "NOPAT" shall mean net Operating Profit after tax plus equity in net earnings of associated companies, as set forth in the Company's financial statements for such year or other period.
EVA has the meaning set forth in the preamble.
EVA. — means Economic Value Added, which is the amount by which the before-tax earnings before interest costs exceeds or is less than the Cost of Capital as approved by the Board of Directors and the Company’s independent auditors.